England - E ngland William the Conqueror 1066-1087 conquest...

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England William the Conqueror 1066-1087 conquest of England in 1066 introduced Norman feudalism shire-reeve (sherrif) o in charge of tax collection, justice, and protection o shires= counties England: Henry I (1100-1135) and Henry II (1154-1189) institutions from both to preserve order in England and France Henry I Exchequer o Counted money brought in by shire reeves and asked questions about problems, populations, and other pertinent information Circuit Judges o Ensured that the kings justice was upheld by going from town to town to hear cases Henry II More important in France than father Interested in making certain that order is preserved Wants to expand on the power of the King to administer justice Civil case between two people o 2 ways to solve
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Trial by combat, god will ensure the person in the right wins Sworn inquest- Feudal lord would call together members of the surrounding area, and asked them If they knew about the dispute and
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