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Continuity of the Conquest

Charlemagne and Anglo-Norman Imperialism

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        StatementPennsylvania State University Press
        PublishersPennsylvania State University Press
        LC Classifications2018
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        Paginationxvi, 58 p. :
        Number of Pages62
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confirming, for example the status of London. Although hunting land was set aside by the Anglo-Saxon nobility, it was nothing compared with what William instituted. This new Norman ecclesiastical society could now look after Norman interests in the courts and in the governance of the country. Another important observation to make regarding military life was that the Anglo-Saxon aristocracy consisted of only part time fighters.

The Continuity of the Conquest: Charlemagne and Anglo

He promised us land and titles under his new kingdom. In a wider context, the archaeological evidence on the effects of the Persian conquest provides a vivid proof of the resilience of the Christian society of Palestine.

68 c hemispherical bowl based on Charlton et al. They did this in many ways. There is no doubt that the Conquest had a significant and long-lasting effect on England. Literacy was mainly restricted to servants of the church, and the bulk of Old English literature is religious with Latin.

The source of religious law is the deity, legislating through the prophets.