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William the Conqueror (1027-1087) I.« The Battle of Hastings, 1066 » 1- a. The description of Norman french army. b. The description of Anglo-Saxon army.

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2 William the Conqueror ( ) I.« The Battle of Hastings, 1066 » 1- a. The description of Norman french army. b. The description of Anglo-Saxon army. 2-The leader of Norman and the leader of Anglo-Saxon. 3- a. Timeline for King William Ist The Conqueror b. The Bayeux tapestry.

3 1- a. The description of Norman french army The Norman french army were a cavalary. They had a small shield with a helmet, a sword, a spear, a coat of mail, an axe and a horse. The Normans were stronger than the Anglo-Saxons. They were intelligent, disciplined. Norman frightened their opponents because they were strongest soldiers. The Norman won the battle of hastings.

4 b. The description of Anglo-Saxons army The Anglo-Saxons army were a foot soldiers. They had a long shield with a sharp helmet, a large sword, a long and sharp spear, an armoir. They fought by walking. The Anglos-Saxon have never given up a battle. The Anglo-Saxon had lost the battle of Hasting

5 2-The leader of Norman and the leader of Anglo-Saxon. William the Conqueror ( ) William the conqueror was born in Falaise in 1027 and died in Rouen in He became Duke de Normandie in The 25th december in 1066 were crowned king of England. The name's mother was "Hervela" and the name's father was "Robert". The name’s wife was "Mathilde de Flandre". He had 4 children: Robert Courteheux, Guillaume IInd, Adèle of England and Henri Ist. William invaded England in September 1066, defeating Harold II Godwineson at the Battle of Hastings on 14 October His blazon: Harold IInd ( ) Harold II was born in Wessex in 1022 and died in 1066 in Sussex during a battle. He became king of England. The name ‘s mother was "Gytha" and The name’s father was "Godwin de Wessex". The name’s wife was “Edith Swannek”. The name’s wife was “Edith de Merci”. He had 7 children: Godwin, Edmond, Magnus, Gunhild, Gytha, Harold, Ulf. His Blazon :

6 3- a. Timeline for King William Ist The Conqueror Date : History : 1027William was born in Falaise. 1047The victory of Val-ès Dunes He became duke of Normandie. 1053He married with Mathilde. 1066The Battle of Hastings, William The Conqueror won the battle against Harold. 1066William The Conqueror had become a King of England. 1087He died in Rouen.

7 b. The Bayeux tapestry. Name :Bayeux tapestry. Author :Queen Mathilde, or in England, or in Saumur. Technique :Embroidery. Date :XIth century between 1066 and Duration dimension (size) : 68,30m x 50 cm Artistic movement : Profane Romanesque art. Historic context : Conquete Normand of England Storage place : Bayeux, France, Centre William the Conqueror.

8 It is about a testimony on events (Battle of Hastings) and important characters (Harold, William the first) of the history of France and England.

9 Thank you to have was attentive during my presentation ! Good Bye !

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