Book of Norman England
B.T. Batsford, 1997 - Archaeology and history - 144 pages
Using archaeological, topographical and architectural evidence, this book covers the entire story of Norman England in an accessible way. It describes the impact of the Norman Conquest on England and looks at the castles, monasteries and churches and their effect on the landscape.
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Saxon England in the eleventh century
The conquest of England
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