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William the Conqueror

William the Conqueror (~1028-1087) · Was born in Falaise , Normandy. It's not exactly known when William born but it is is believed to have been born in either 1027 or 1028.He was son of Robert I , the Duke of Normandy. He was known as "William the Bastard" becaus...

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William the Bastard

William the Bastard Early life about the bastard  William I usually known as William the Conqueror and sometimes William the Bastard, he was the first Norman King of England.  William was the son of the unmarried Robert I, Duke of Normandy, by Robert's mis...

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The City on London

...ntually developed again, partly because of its position on the river was good for trading. The Tower of London There is more of London's history in the Tower than anywhere else in London. It is the oldest surviving building in the capital. The Tower of London was begun by William the Conqueror in 1078 as a castle and a palace but even before the site had been used by the Romans and Anglo-Saxons. The tower comprises not one, but 20 towers, the oldest, the White Tower, dates back to the 11 th Century. The Roman stone wall, parts of which can still be seen on the territ...

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Inglise keelt kõnelevate maade ajalugu lühikonspekt

...ghly efficient tax system, real rulers were advisors and noblemen Harold Godwinson The last Anglo-Saxon king, nominated as successor by Edward Strong ruler, skilled general Defeated the Norman invaders, was killed in the battle of Hastings William the Conqueror took his place The Battle of Hastings 1066 Edward had promised his throne to William, Harold swore an oathe but was elected as a king William took a crusade against him with papal blessing Battle took place betwwen Anglo-Saxon army by Harold, and Nor...

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London

...he seat of government not the city of London itself. Edward the Confessor also built Westminster Abbey. He ruled until his death in 1065, after which King Harold was crowned. Norman period( Medieval London) 1066 In 1066 in the Battle of Hastings the Normans were victorious and William was crowned King. William granted the citizens of London special privileges, but he also built a castle in the southeast corner of the city to keep them under control. This castle was expanded by later kings until it became the complex we now call the Tower of London. The Tower acted as royal ...

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British kings and queens

...several children. King James I King James I was already King of Scotland when he got the English crown. King James I was the first ruler to call himself King of Great Britain, as he ruled England, Scotland and Wales. King James was the first King of Great Britain. King William I, the Conqueror King William I, otherwise known as William the Conqueror was born in France on 1028. He became friendly with the current English King, Edward the Confessor. He invaded and attacked England on Edward's death, as he was promised the English crown, but then denied it by the Saxon Ha...

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The United Kingdom

...d by many people, especially mountain-lovers, to be the most beautiful part of Scotland and a real tourist Mecca; they say that there may even be small patches of land on which nobody has ever set foot). Britain's highest peak, Ben Nevis (1343 m) lies not far from Fort Williams. The Scottish flag has a white cross on a blue background. It is also on the Union Jack. Northern Ireland is the smallest part of the UK as it only covers about 5500 square kilometres. About half of the 1.7 million inhabitants live in or around Belfast, the capital, in the eas...

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Famous people and sights of England

Famous sights and people of England Kaspar Rätsep G1a Famous persons Kings & Queens: Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth II, Henry VIII Politicians: Winston Churchil, Baroness Margaret Thatcher Writers & Poets: William Shakespeare, Daniel Defoe, Charles Dickens, Rudyard Kipling, Dame Agatha Christie Philosophers &Economists: Francis Bacon, John Locke Inventors & Scientists: Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin Actors,Actresses & Filmmakers: Sir Charlie Chaplin, Dame Elizabethe Taylor, AlfredHitchock, Hugh Grant, Orlando B...

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Christopher Vogler The Writers Journey

...revisit my notes, I learn something new or reinforce something that I need to remember." - Jeff Arch, Screenwriter, Sleepless in Seattle, Iron Will "Michael Hauge's method is magic - but unlike most magicians, he shows you how the trick is done." - William Link, Screenwriter & Co-Creator, Columbo; Murder, She Wrote "By following the formula we learned in Michael Hauge's seminar, we got an agent, optioned our script, and now have a three picture deal at Disney." - Paul Hoppe and David Henry, Screenwriters MICHAEL HAUGE, is the author o...

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Britain history.

...cided to stay. In the 10th century England fell under Danish Rule, with King Canute finally managing to unite the Anglo-Saxons and Danes at the beginning of 11th century. Medieval England After defeating the Anglo-Saxon King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, William of Normandy (who became William I, also called William the Conqueror) introduced the Norman feudal system, rewarding his French-speaking followers with land in return for their continued support. French remained the language of the upper classes and administration until the 14th century. ...

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Suurbritannia üldkokkuvõte

... King Alfred the Great of Wessex and Guthrum, Danish king of East Anglia. England was divided. Later, the Anglo-Saxon dynasty was restored and lasted until 1066. The last famous Saxon king of England was Edward the Confessor. In 1066 at the battle of Hastings the Norman Duke William defeated the Saxon King Harold and was crowned the king of England. In Norman times three languages were spoken: Latin (by the clergy and the university scholars), Norman-French (by the aristocracy and the king), Anglo- Saxon German (by common people). By the 14th century Norman-French and Angl...

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Keskaegne Inglismaa (1066-1485)

... The Norman Conquest In the 11th century, Normans conquered England - The Battle of Hastings ­ 14.10.1066 The Anglo-Saxon forces had more soldiers but the Normans had better military tactics and won in the end thanks to a clever strategy William I, also known as William the Conqueror, replaced King Harold on the throne The invasion was completed by 1071 - The Norman invasion is depicted on the Bayeux Tapestry ­ a long embroidered cloth The death of King Harold embroidered on the Bayeux Tapestry The Norma...

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The Queens of England

...n of Scots. Within two decades of Elizabeth's death, the Elizabethan period had come to be known as a "golden age", a period of great literary achievements, the age of William Shakespeare, Sir Philip Sidney, and Edmund Spenser, but, at the time, the regime often felt beleaguered at home and abroad. Internally, Elizabethan England was marked by religious divisions, as "official" Protestantism was consolidated in the local commu...

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English literature summary

...yed  in   a  fire   in   1731).  The  story   describes  Anglo-­‐Saxon  ideals  –  the  protagonist  is  a  just,  noble,   courageous  and  devoted  hero.       1066   –   Normans,   William   the   Conqueror   invade   England;   beginning   of   Anglo-­‐Norman   period.   Importance   of   religion;   the   stories   of   King   Arthur   (also   Tristan   and   Isolde,   based   on  Celtic  legends).   ...

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THE CAPITALIST NIGER

...African child when he begins his school life is the name he must answer to. As a conquered people, Europeans, especially the English and French, insisted that Africans abandoned their historically names to answer to their own names, David, Michael, Paul, Peter, John, Andrew, William, Walter, etc., They insisted that if Africans had to become “Christians,” they had to abandon their names which are historically and culturally rich. As most Africans named their children after their parents, grandparents, great-grand parents, relatives, and others, the abandonment of these n...

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Topic - Great Britain

...o win wide lands `to plow and rule'. In the 10 th century England fell under Danish rule with King Canute finally managing to unite the Anglo-Saxons and Danes at the beginning of the 11 th century. After defeating the Anglo-Saxon king Harold at the battle of Hastings in 1066, William of Normandy introduced the Norman feudal system, with land in return for the continued support, and French remained the language of the upper classes and administration until the 14 th century. The origins of Parliament are to be found in the region of John's successor, Henry III. It was a meetin...

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CHANGE YOUR THINKING CHANGE YOUR LIFE

...icture in your mind of what you would like to be, and you keep and hold that picture there long enough, you will soon become exactly as you have been thinking. —William James Once upon a time there was a woman, about 30 years old, married with two children. Like many people, she had grown up in a home where she was constantly criticized and often treated unfairly by her parents. As a result, she developed deep fe...

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The 4-Hour Body - An Uncommon Guide to Rapid Fat-Loss, Incredible Sex, and Becoming Superhuman - Timothy Ferriss

...ionaire." --Albert Pope, derivatives specialist at UBS World Headquarters "Reading this book is like putting a few zeros on your income. Tim brings lifestyle to a new level--listen to him!" --Michael D. Kerlin, McKinsey & Company consultant to Bush-Clinton Katrina Fund and a J. William Fulbright Scholar "Part scientist and part adventure hunter, Tim Ferriss has created a road map for an entirely new world. I devoured this book in one sitting --I have seen nothing like it." --Charles L. Brock, chairman and CEO of Brock Capital Group; former CFO, COO, and general counsel of ...

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English as a Global Language

...glish. Nevertheless, about half of the most commonly used words in Modern English have Old English roots. The words be, strong and water, for example, derive from Old English. Old English was spoken until around 1100. [5] 2) Middle English (1100-1500) In 1066 William the Conqueror, the Duke of Normandy (part of modern France), invaded and conquered England. The new conquerors (called the Normans) brought with them a kind of French, which became the language of the Royal Court, and the ruling and business classes. For a period there was a kind of linguistic ...

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London History

...r Abbey and royal palace. 2 parts: Westminster and the City.. The Normans (1066 ­ the 14th William the Conqueror ­ century) the White Tower. Charter. Courts. Son William Rufus ­ ...

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The UK

...rade. The Vikings ca me from Scandinavia in the tenth eentury; they settled in the north and made the town of York the capital of their kingdom. The last successful invasion of Britain was in 1066, which is an important date in history books in British schools. Duke William of Normandy (William the Conqueror) defeated the English at the Battle of Hastings, and the Normans and the French settled in Britain over the next three centuries. French became the language of the nobility and, with Latin, the language of the legal system and of government. POPULATION W...

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William Shakespeare - Hamlet

Hamlet Shakespeare, William Published: 1599 Categorie(s): Fiction, Drama Source: Feedbooks 1 About Shakespeare: William Shakespeare (baptised 26 April 1564 – died 23 April 1616) was an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and th...

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Queen Victoria and Victorian England

...ctoria but her uncle, George IV, insisted that she be named Alexandrina after her godfather, Tsar Alexander II of Russia. Edward died when Victoria was eight months old, upon which her mother enacted a strict regimen that shunned the courts of Victoria's uncles, George IV and William IV. Father Mother Edward, the Duke of Kent Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg. Warmhearted and lively, Victoria had a gift for drawing and painting; educated by a governess, Louise Lehzen, and the Reverend George Davys at home. She...

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Great Britain

...ing the reign of Elizabeth I; it was the period of English domination of the oceans and colonies, and, due to the strong political and economic position of the country, there were few obstacles in the way of the cultural development. This time is also famous for the fact that William Shakespeare lived and worked then. The empire, which was very powerful under Queen Victoria, saw another cultural and artistic hey-day as a result of industrialisation and the expansion of international trade during the so- called industrial age. However, German air raids caused much damage d...

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The United Kingdom and London

... or at a sixth form collage. The sixth form prepares pupiils for a nation ecam called A level at 18. You need A levels to enter a university. 7% of British children go to private schools. The United Kingdom has given us many famous people. For example Charles Dickens, William Shakespeare, Robert Burns and Oscar Wild are only some of the famous writers. Bands such as the Rolling stones, the Beatles, The Sex Pistols and Pink Floyd are one of the most famous bands in the world. In 2006 UK was selected to be the most toleranr country in the world. It is one of th...

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Cats

... Siamese Cat Club" was formed. Lately particular interest is being taken by some breeders in Chocolate Pointed Siamese. The greatest living authority on this fascinating variety is Miss Wentworth Fitz-William of Slingsby Yorks., one of the most valued breeders and judges of many years standing who has always owned some, and from whose stock most of those in existence to-day have sprung. [...] It is an interesting fact however that there are considerable numbers of chocolate points in France, but thei...

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American Literature

...rose, and use of European legend all demonstrate the strong influence of the Old World on his work. Indeed, the sketches and tales in The Sketch Book show Irving's affection for the antiquity of Europe and for the past in general. This attention to the past, as Irving scholar William P. Kelly has noted, was one reason for Irving's success with his American audience. Kelly points out that Americans, recently severed from their European heritage, were struggling with an identity crisis at the time they were reading Irving's work, which itself looks both forward and backw...

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Netherlands

...hurches spread across the country. In response, a wrathful Philip sent to the Netherlands Spanish troops commanded by Fernando lvarez de Toledo, duke of Alva. The excessively harsh policies of the duke and of the Inquisition resulted in open revolt in the Low Countries. William I, the Silent, prince of Orange, who was one of the principal noblemen of the region, led the revolt. Initially unsuccessful, the Dutch then concentrated their efforts in the north. After William's naval supporters, called the Sea Beggars, seized the Holland port of Brill (Brielle) in 1572, th...

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Old English Literature

...doms. King Alfred the Great of Wessex united most of them under his reign. England became the most powerful kingdom on the Island of Great Britain. Constant warfare with Wales and Scotland till 13th century. Edward the Confessor reigned 1042-1066. No male heir to the throne. William I, Duke of Normandy, later William the Conqueror reigned 1066-1087. Invaded Britain in 1066. The Battle of Hastings. The Bayeux Tapestry is a 50 cm by 70 m long embroidered cloth which depicts the events of the invasion itself. Importance of the Norman Conquest: 1) Norman influence to ...

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Upstream intermediate b2 teacher's book

...unc]aimedforthenextlsmonthsFinally,theCaSeWaSopenedand|tWas f o r w a r d etdo M r W i l l i a mast h i sh o m ea d d r e s s "lthoughtitwasLostforever "lttookrnetotallybysurprlse,"saidMrWilliams 'm w h a t t o t e l lt h e l n s u r a n cceo m p a n "y Jusa t b i t w o r r l e dn o w a D o u t Newsltem Z DREAMERS ...

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Inglise keele õpik

...unc]aimedforthenextlsmonthsFinally,theCaSeWaSopenedand|tWas f o r w a r d etdo M r W i l l i a mast h i sh o m ea d d r e s s "lthoughtitwasLostforever "lttookrnetotallybysurprlse,"saidMrWilliams 'm w h a t t o t e l lt h e l n s u r a n cceo m p a n "y Jusa t b i t w o r r l e dn o w a D o u t Newsltem Z DREAMERS ...

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Upstream Intermediate B2 - Teacher book

...unc]aimedforthenextlsmonthsFinally,theCaSeWaSopenedand|tWas f o r w a r d etdo M r W i l l i a mast h i sh o m ea d d r e s s "lthoughtitwasLostforever "lttookrnetotallybysurprlse,"saidMrWilliams 'm w h a t t o t e l lt h e l n s u r a n cceo m p a n "y Jusa t b i t w o r r l e dn o w a D o u t Newsltem Z DREAMERS ...

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Vikings and Norman invasion, Jorvik Centre in York

... from norse vikings. · Norman means norseman or viking. · They played a major political, military, and cultural role in medieval Europe. Invasion to England · The Norman conquest of England began on 28 September 1066 with the invasion of England by William, Duke of Normandy. · The Norman conquest largely removed the native ruling class, replacing it with a foreign, French-speaking monarchy. Battle of Hastings · The Battle of Hastings occurred on 14 October 1066. · Norman-French army was lead by Duke William II and the Engli...

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