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The Norman Conquest

Chelsie Keenan

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Arrow A part of the Atlantic Ocean that separates Great Britain from northern France and connects the Atlantic and North Sea
King The month that William victorious.
York William was the Duke of this place in northern France.
Normandy What was Edward the Confessor's role in England.
Shires A national council of nobles that chose a king and helped the king rule the country.
Infantry William received the submission of Stigand in this location.
Motte-and-bailey A fort made by new Norman lords to protect them.
January William gained control of this place.
Christmas William was Crowned king on this day
Langue d'oïl William won the battle that gave him control of England in this place.
Witan The name of the book that William keep a recording of everything that anyone owns.
Robert de Comines A service the Normans used to control the land.
Domesday A fuedal noble that served a lord of the next highest rank.
October An embroidery that shows the events before and during the Norman conquest.
Bayeux Tapestry In 1204 King Philip II stopped all Norman and Angevin holdings in the mainlands of France except for this place.
Thames The language the Normans adopted.
Hastings He was massacred at Durham along with hundreds soldiers.
Pope An administrative area that was controlled by a royal official.
Gascony King Harold was killed by this weapon.
English Channel The religous leader who supported William.
Vassel The month Edward the confessor died.
Feudal The type of soldiers the Anglo-Saxons used.

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