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Stigand from the Bayeux Tapestry
Stigand from the Bayeux Tapestry
Emma of Normandy, seated with sons Harthacnut and Edward the Confessor, in this manuscript copy of the Encomium Emmae Reginae from about 1042
Emma of Normandy, seated with sons Harthacnut and Edward the Confessor, in this manuscript copy of the Encomium Emmae Reginae from about 1042
William the Conqueror, shown here from the Bayeux Tapestry, at first accepted Stigand's position, but later allowed papal legates to depose him.
William the Conqueror, shown here from the Bayeux Tapestry, at first accepted Stigand's position, but later allowed papal legates to depose him.
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13th-century depiction of Rollo (top) and his descendants William I Longsword and Richard I of Normandy
13th-century depiction of Rollo (top) and his descendants William I Longsword and Richard I of Normandy
Arrival in England scene from the Bayeux Tapestry, depicting ships grounding and horses landing
Arrival in England scene from the Bayeux Tapestry, depicting ships grounding and horses landing
Likely depiction of Harold's death from the Bayeux Tapestry
Likely depiction of Harold's death from the Bayeux Tapestry
The remains of Baile Hill, the second motte-and-bailey castle built by William the Conqueror in York, on the west bank of the River Ouse
The remains of Baile Hill, the second motte-and-bailey castle built by William the Conqueror in York, on the west bank of the River Ouse