The INS reference library is located in the Trent Building and is open to staff and students as well as members of the EPNS. It holds a wide range of key monographs and journals in name-studies and related disciplines as well as important unpublished manuscripts.
EPNS (English Place-Name Society) is the established national body for the subject and has its own website; its offices and collections are housed in the Institute.
Resources to help find landscape names in medieval conveyance charters.
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Published at the University of Nottingham by the EPNS.
A searchable guide to the interpretation of the names of England's settlements.
Place-name resource website developed for schools in Shropshire.
A digitised version of the Survey for English Place-Names, an established resource for historians, linguists and geographers, created in collaboration with the EPNS.
A dictionary providing further information on the words that make up England's place-names.
This useful resource brings the Survey of English Place-Names into the digital realm.
Visit the Historical Gazetteer of England's Place-Names
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