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Deddington Castle, Oxfordshire, and the English honour of Odo of Bayeux

Deddington Castle, Oxfordshire, and the English honour of Odo of Bayeux

By R.J. Ivens

Oxoniensia, Vol.49 (1984)

Summary: From an examination of Odo of Bayeux’s estate as recorded in Domesday Book, together with an analysis of the excavated structural phases at Deddington Castle it is suggested that Deddington may have been the caput of the Oxfortshire and Buckinghamshire parts of Odo’s barony.

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