This volume of the Haskins Society Journal demonstrates the Society's continued engagement with historical and interdisciplinary research on the early to the central Middle Ages, focusing on the Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman worlds - and beyond. It includes an investigation of equestrian symbolism in Lombard southern Italy; an inquiry into documentary production in Northern France; and a new look at Anglo-Saxon servitude. Further chapters offer an exploration of Norman ducal estates through GIS mapping; a study of Winchester cathedral priory through the lens of the Codex Wintoniensis/; an examination of royal political strategy during the interregnum crisis of King Stephen; and a prosopographical analysis of Robert Curthose's crusade curiales. The first critical edition and translation of the Carmen Ceccanense - an overlooked source for German imperial history - will be widely welcomed. A new look at the Domesday Book, with a comprehensive survey of previous scholarship, completes the volume. Contributors: Stephen Baxter, Paul Bertrand, Stephen D. Church, Alexander Dymond, Jennie M. England, Thomas Foerster, S. Jay Lemanski, Simon Thomas Parsons, Chiara Provesi.