Royal Power in England and France

Royal Power in England and France

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  • I am William the Conqueror. I will conquer all Land !
  • Uniting is what I am best at
  • I love money !
  • William The Conqueror was crowned King of England on December 25, 1066. He took the Domesday census taken so that he could learn about his Kingdom. William became successful in building a system of collecting taxes, which would help them build up their kingdom
  • Henry II was king from 1133-89. Henry restored order to England after a time of civil war. He was duke of Normandy in 1150. Henry United England, Normandy, and the west France under his rule. he establish the grand jury where even people with great power could be found guilty and get consequences.
  • I am a very talented man. Don't mess with me
  • King John was crowned king on 1199, when his brother Richard the LionHeart, died without any children. King John was forced to sign the Magna Carta stating that the king was not above the law of the land and protecting the rights of the people. The barons of northern England had had enough of johns high taxes, so they decided to rebel. King John agreed to negotiate with them. on June 15, 1215 John signed the Magna Carta.
  • Edward I ruled from 1272 to 1307. Edward conquered Wales and fought relentlessly to subdue Scotland. He also strengthened the crown and Parliament against the nobility and played an important role in defining English common law. Edward I organized laws, many of his laws were land laws, they had a long-lasting influence. Philip IV secured French royal power by wars on barons and neighbours and by restriction of feudal usages.
  • Thomas Becket was a 12th century chancellor and archbishop of Canterbury whose murder resulted in his canonisation. Becket was well educated. Becket's talents were noticed by Henry II, who made him his chancellor and the two became close friends. Becket's talents were noticed by Henry II, who made him his chancellor and the two became close friends.
  • The Battle of Hastings was fought on 14 October 1066 between the Norman-French army of William, the Duke of Normandy, and an English army under the Anglo-Saxon King Harold Godwinson, beginning the Norman conquest of England. King Harold II was defeated by the Norman forces of William the conquerer. Louis IX He led the Seventh Crusade to the Holy Land in 1248–50 and died on another Crusade to Tunisia.
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