Growth of Royal Power in England - Keng Moua -

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  • William The Conqueror
  • We counted and collected all the taxes!
  • Domesday Book
  • Taxes
  • Taxes
  • Taxes
  • Taxes
  • Henry II
  • I refuse your nominee
  • On Christmas Day 1066, William took the crown of England after defeating another person who also wanted power at the Battle of Hastings. He had the Domesday census taken to learn about his kingdom. This helped William and future kings build a successful system of collecting taxes, which wold help them build up their kingdom.
  • King John
  • Im going to excommunicate you and place France under interdict
  • The Domesday Book was created by William in 1085. The Domesday book holds documents of old or important things a d events that happened. The Census counted all of the people and property of England. William collected taxes from everyone using this.
  • Magna Carta
  • Sign This Now!
  • Henry II strengthened Royal management and expanded the system of Royal Justice. Henry II became the king England in 1154. Although Henry was king of England, he faced/suffered arguments with his own family. Henry faced many problems with his family and in 1189, his brother John, had turned n him and Henry had died on July 6, 1189.
  • Edward I
  • We need you to decrease the taxes.
  • King John was a very untrustworthy and cruel ruler. King John was weak against his enemies, King Philip II, Pope Innocent III, and English Nobles. John made the decision to reject the Pope's nominee and got excommunicated by him. Later on, King John had to accept England's rule to pay a yearly fee to Rome.
  • King John angered his nobles in power and was permanently kicked out of church. King John had no other choice but to agree with the knights and sign the Magna Carta.
  • Magna Carta
  • Edward helped establish the parliament and limit the power of monarchs.
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