Visit of Henry I and his queen, Adela of Louvain.
First evidence of a royal visit apart from the production of writs.
…47s.5 1/2d. expended in the carriage of wine, corn, the king’s and queen’s robe from Woodstock to Clarendon: and for the allowance of Roger de Causton and for conducting him to [Woodstock] Park, and from Oxford to Winchester.
The king’s wine and cheeses were forwarded from Southampton in the same year.