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1066 continues to be essentially the most memorable dates in British heritage. during this obtainable textual content, Brian Golding explores the historical past to the Norman invasion, the method of colonisation, and the impression of the Normans on English society.

Thoroughly revised and up-to-date in mild of the most recent scholarship, the second one variation of this validated textual content positive factors completely new sections on:

• the colonisation of towns
• ladies and the Conquest
• the influence of the Conquest at the peasantry.

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