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Norman Conquest
   occurred during   
1066
1066
   saw the   
Battle of Hastings
A famous historical date engraved into the minds of English School Children. The Battle is depicted in the famous Bayeux tapestry.
1066
   was the year of the   
Battle of Hastings
A famous historical date engraved into the minds of English School Children. The Battle is depicted in the famous Bayeux tapestry.
1042-1066
   was the reign of   
Edward the Confessor
The penultimate Anglo-Saxon King of England & the last of the House of Wessex. His reign marked the continuing disintegration of royal power in England & it foreshadowed the country's later connection with Normandy, whose duke William I of England was to supplant Edward's successors Harold Godwinson and Edgar Ætheling as England's ruler. Edward was canonised in 1161 as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church, which regards him as the patron saint of kings, difficult marriages, & separated spouses,
Edward the Confessor
   lifespan was   
1004-1066
King Edward III of England, saint of the Catholic Church
1066-1066
   was the reign of   
Harold II (Godwinson)
Widely regarded as the last Anglo-Saxon King of England before the Norman Conquest. Harold reigned from January 5 1066 until his death at the Battle of Hastings (as evidenced in the Bayeaux tapestry) on 14 October of that same year, fighting the Norman invaders, led by William the Conqueror.
1066-1087
   was the reign of   
William I (The Conqueror)






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