NORMAN CONQUESTS The Harrying og the North
In newly conquered England, the years which followed the Battle of Hastings were marked by violent turmoil. King William eventually responded to the constant uprising of the Anglo-Saxon people by laying waste to the north of England. It was a brutal period of English history, which saw the introduction of feudalism, a proliferation of Norman churches and castle, and the completion of the remarkable Domesday Book. Authentic re-enactments, dramatised contemporary accounts, period imagery and expert analysis from Doctor Matthew Strickland (University of Glasgow) give an indepth understanding of these dark time.
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