I'm writing a book, and hosting a website about Medieval English History, covering the years 1066 to 1603. Our adventure will begin with the death of Edward the Confessor, and end with the death of Elizabeth I. In that five century romp through history we're about to take, you'll see the Normans obliterate the Anglo-Saxon world, suppla
I'm writing a book, and hosting a website about Medieval English History, covering the years 1066 to 1603. Our adventure will begin with the death of Edward the Confessor, and end with the death of Elizabeth I. In that five century romp through history we're about to take, you'll see the Normans obliterate the Anglo-Saxon world, supplanting it with their own culture, which although I believe to be slightly superior, it was still wrong, and yes my Norman ancestors committed atrocities, the like which we will never see agian in our lifetime. You'll see Henry the First's dreams slip into oblivion as the White Ship slipped beneath the waves, taking his only legitimate son William Adelin to a watery grave. His death ushered in The Anarchy and the fifteen years of civil war and utter chaos that followed. You will witness the bitter fued between Henry II and his former best friend Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury that ended with the archbishop's assassination when Henry exclaimed "Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?" in a fit of typical Plantagenet rage. We'll watch fourteen year old Richard II bravely face down a rebellious and discontented rabblement known to us as the Peasant's Revolt, and the swift retribution that soon followed putting paid to their account. There'll be visits to numerous battlefields across the Channel in France and several more on English soil in the Hundred Years War And the Wars Of The Roses, in which countless thousands were carried into the next world.
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