Growth of Royal Power in England - Kae B. Moo
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William The Conqueror
i can't believe i was fighting against my son!!
Took firm control over his lands; made the domesday book. King of the England from 1066 until his death in 1087, may be largely responsible for eventually making Britain the most powerful nation in Europe.
The domesday book was commissioned in December 1085 by William the conqueror. The first draft was completed in august 1086 and contained recored for 13,418 settlement.
Expanded the system of royal justice; laid the basis for common law; began jury system. King of England from 1154, Henry Strengthened royal administration be suffered from quarrels with Thomas Becket and his own family.
Accept England as fief; signed the magna Carta which made it clear that the monarch must obey the law. John was a king of England who is most famous for signing the Magna Carta. The youngest and Favorite son of Henry II.
The Magna Carta limited the power of the king and increased the influence of the barons in England. The power of the monarchy. John argued with leaders of the Roman Catholic church and made people pay high taxes.
Development of parliament which won the right to approve any new taxes. Edward takeover of the throne made the English king angry. Edward army forced Robert out of Scotland. Three of his brother were killed and his wife and children were put in prison.
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