Danish Census Book

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The Danish Census Book or the Danish book of land taxation (Latin: Liber Census Daniæ), (Danish: Kong Valdemars Jordebog) from the 13th Century consists of notes for practical use in the Royal Chancery of Valdemar II containing a collection of information on Royal income and Royal land property. The book is one of the most important sources of information in regard to social conditions and place names during the Middle Ages.[1]

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  • The Danish 1873 publication of the book edited by Oluf Nielsen is digitally available at the Internet Archive.