Arth 167_Rulers' Images_Nees Jr._Date_040610

Arth 167_Rulers' Images_Nees Jr._Date_040610 - Went over...

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Went over answers for exam 2 William “The Conqueror” (William I) - Duke of Normandy and King of England - ‘Conqueror’ after Hastings Battle of 1066 Viking Invasions Map - “The Danes” - Right around/before 800 people arrive on seaworthy boats (Viking ships) - Arrows going to the rivers because they help them become a successful military England 8 th Century Map - Political map w. different kingdoms - Vikings concentrate invasion/settling on eastern part of England; leaving only Wessex in the south o Wessex becomes England in the 10 th century Green and white Map - Edward “the Confessor” problem is he has no children Lime Green Map - Normandy, shows important places for this class - Cherbourg—Granville, St. Malo=peninsula (wealthy territory but not nearly as wealthy as England) General Plan of the Tower Slide - Notion that you can just conquer and hold/occupy someone else’s place= foundation stone of English history - Center of it is the huge keep of tower Tower picture - Built by William the conqueror shortly after 1066
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