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The Norman Yoke… conquest conquest castles castles forest law forest law merrie England merrie England
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The day England  acquired a new royal  dynasty, a new  aristocracy, a new  Church, a new  language,  a new … Hastings, 13 October 1066
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Dover burnt Harold killed
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The Conqueror’s footprints Plotted by the destruction recorded in Domesday Book
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Castles of the Conquest The castle was introduced into England by the The castle was introduced into England by the Normans, who built them: Normans, who built them: It has been estimated that possibly 500 castles were built by It has been estimated that possibly 500 castles were built by the end of the eleventh century, an enormous capital the end of the eleventh century, an enormous capital investment; but fewer than 100 can be securely documented investment; but fewer than 100 can be securely documented far and wide throughout far and wide throughout the country, and oppressed the country, and oppressed the wretched people’ the wretched people’ ( ( Anglo-Saxon Chronicle Anglo-Saxon Chronicle ) )
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Castles of the Conquest  Domesday  Book  names the  majority of  those  castles  known to  have  existed by  1086
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Castles of the Conquest  Ludlow Ludlow Chepstow Chepstow Chepstow Chepstow Hastings Hastings Shrewsbury Shrewsbury
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Genocide in Yorkshire The Conquest, the rebellions which followed the Conqueror's  coronation, and the ferocity with which some were suppressed,  laid waste large areas of England. The infamous 
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course HIST 202 taught by Professor Nokes during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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