Talk:William the Conqueror

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Domesday

The DB didn't cover all of England. It excluded what is now Cumbria, which at the time was still part of the region of Strathclyde, part of the Kingdom of Scotland; and also both the Patrimony of St Cuthbert (better known as County Durham), where the bishopric produced its own 'Domesday', the Boldon Book, in the twelfth century, and Northumberland, a quasi-autonomous earldom on an uncertain frontier.

Category

Why UK history? Why not Category:English History? There was no United Kingdom way back then, was there? --Ed Poor Talk 07:59, 21 November 2008 (EST)

I agree we have a problem. I would MUCH prefer the term "British History" -- historians and reference books generally do not use "United Kingdom Histgory}. RJJensen 08:33, 21 November 2008 (EST)

I hereby empower you to use Category:British History wherever it is needed. --Ed Poor Talk 08:41, 21 November 2008 (EST)

great--I'll get to work on it. :) RJJensen 08:59, 21 November 2008 (EST)
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