Ancient demesne

Definition of Ancient demesne

(Eng. Law) a tenure by which all manors belonging to the crown, in the reign of William the Conqueror, were held. The numbers, names, etc., of these were all entered in a book called Domesday Book.
(Eng. Law) See under Ancient.

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