Growth of Royal Power in England - Mohamed Ali
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William the Conqueror
on christmas day 1066, william took the crown of England after defeating another person who also wanted power at the battle of hasting. 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 would help them build up their kingdom.
William created the Domesday book. it was a census that counted all of the people and property of England. William used it to collect taxes to help the kingdom of England grow.
king henry ll the son of Geoffrey V, was king of of England from 1154 to 1189. Count of Anjous he succeeded king stephen. he curbed the power of the barons but his attempt to bring the church courts under control was abandoned after the murder of Th Tomas a Becket , Archbishop of canterbury, in 1170."
King Edward l
king ll expanded the system of royal justice, he laid the basis for common law which began jury system.
king Johan was the king of England from 1202 to 1216. The youngest and favorite of henry ll on his father's death in 1189 his brother became the king then he died and Johan became the king. king john is fames for his signs for the document limiting royal power and extending rights.
king Edward vI was the from 1483 until 1553. king Henry ll died and his nine year old son became king. king Edward is will known for his parliament he summons parliament, which includes representatives of common people.
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