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yoke

Latin iugum, jugum.

The yoke was a unit in the assessment for the public obligations in Kent and was one quarter of a
sulung, a notional 60 acres since the sulung appears to have been composed of 240 customary acres.

For more detail, see J.H. Round, Feudal England (1895).
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