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Starter. Watch the video and answer the questions on the first page of your workbook. Horrible Histories Domesday Book. What does the Domesday Book tell us about life in the Middle Ages?. Learning Objectives To describe aims and outcomes of Doomsday Book

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Watch the video and answer the questions on the first page of your workbook

Horrible Histories Domesday Book

what does the domesday book tell us about life in the middle ages

What does the Domesday Book tell us about life in the Middle Ages?

Learning Objectives

To describe aims and outcomes of Doomsday Book

To analyse and identify what the Doomsday Book tells us about Medieval life

the domesday book
The Domesday Book
  • In 1085 William 1st ordered a survey to discover the resources and taxable values of all the boroughs and manors in England.
  • He wanted to discover:
    • Who owned what
    • How much it was worth
    • How much was owed to him as King in tax, rents, and military service.
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The Domesday Book
  • All the information was written down in two big books, which still exist today at the National Archives
  • The officials took over a year to visit 13,000 villages. Soldiers threatened to kill people if they did not tell the truth.
  • The book showed about 200 Normans controlled all the land of England
  • It valued England at £37,000!
  • It was the first survey of England and was written in Latin
why was it called domesday
Why was it called Domesday?
  • Historians believe it was named after the biblical day of ‘Doomsday’
  • This was the Judgment day when Christ returned to judge the living and the dead
  • There was to be no appeal against the decisions made, and this was the same for the Doomsday Book
review
Review

L.O. Recap

What were the aims of the Doomsday Book?

What did the Doomsday Book tell William?

Bonus – Why was it called the Domesday Book?

what does the domesday book say about patcham
What does the Domesday Book say about Patcham?

This will give you an opportunity to look at what the Domesday Book says about England

Answer all the questions on your sheet about Patcham

what does the domesday book say about england in the middle ages
What does the Domesday Book say about England in the Middle Ages?

Compare the 3 sources (A-C)

Look at the similarities and differences about each source

Write down 3 things that these sources tell you about medieval life

how useful is the domesday book
How useful is the Domesday Book?

Study the six points of information about the Doomsday Book

How useful would you say the Domesday Book is?

Write a paragraph on whether you think the Doomsday Book could be useful to a historian studying life in the Middle Ages

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Plenary

On the post it notes

Write down 1 key thing that the Doomsday Book tells us about life in the Middle Ages

Hold up when complete

Peer assess!