Danes (Hall of the)


Danes (Hall of the)
   "Aula Dacorum," 1308, in Cal. L. Bk. C. pp. 162-3.
   Sharpe (ib. note) says it is probably the "Gildaula Teutonicorum," near Dowgate, and in Liber Albus, I. 229, the "ferm" payable by the Cologne merchants issued out of "saille des Deneis."
   See Steelyard.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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