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William & His Sons: The Norman Impact on England
The Battle of Hastings followed by the rules of William and his two sons, William Rufus and Henry I, mark the great watershed in English history and start the country on its uneasy relationship with Europe. It is a period of radical change: feudalism, knights, castles, Romanesque art and architecture but also one of striking continuity and adaption: the royal writ, the legal system and the coinage. In a sense the period creates what we think of as medieval England. Itís immediate legacy was civil war but ultimately it laid the foundations for the great Plantagenet dynasty.
Date / Time:
Saturday, 15th February 2020 , from 09:30 to 16:00
Course Fee:
£38.00 (to include light refreshments)
To be held at:
Buckfast Abbey Conference Centre
Course Tutor:

Mark Cottle

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