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Medieval England 1042-1228 is the ideal book for students studying the reasons behind the Norman invasion and the rights of claimants to the English Throne. Medieval England 1042-1228 is the ideal book for students studying the reasons behind the Norman invasion and the rights of claimants to the English throne. It covers in detail the changes in English society which took place following the Norman Conquest and examines the political, ecclesiastical and administrative structures during this period. It forms part of the Heinemann Advanced History series which has been written specifically to cover modules set by each of the three Awarding Bodies (OCR, Edexcel and AQA).
Heinemann Advanced History: Medieval England 1042-1228
How to use this book. AS Section: The Norman Conquest of England 1042-1100 England before the Conquest Who would succeed Edward the Confessor? Why did William the Conqueror win the Battle of Hastings? How did the Normans secure the Kingdom? The governance of Anglo-Norman England. How did society change after the Conquest? The Anglo-Norman Church. A2 Section: England 1100-1228 The reign of Henry I. Was the Reign of King Stephen a period of 'anarchy'? The reign of Henry II. Good King Richard, bad King John? How did English society develop in the twelfth century? Church and Crown. Bibliography. Index.