DOOMBOOK

DOOMBOOK

doombook, n. [fr. Saxon dombec] Hist. A code, compiled under Alfred, containing maxims of common law, judicial forms, and criminal penalties. ? The code existed until the reign of Edward IV when it was lost. ¡ª Also termed domebook (doom-buuk); domboc; liber judicialis of Alfred.
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