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THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD

It's about the history of "The Norman Conquest"
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Wilmer Cortes

on 25 February 2013

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Transcript of THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD

LAND AND THE FEUDAL SYSTEM
William imposed feudal system because of his great properties over the English land and was a chain of loyalties between the Norman kings with the military payment. But many disputes were originated about properties drawn up in William's book "Doomsday Book" of judgments.

And the Anglo-Saxon chronicle written by Monks about William's shame trough this government. THE MEDIEVAL CHURCH
15th Century The Church was dominant in teaching, writing and translating, copying and collecting manuscripts. Scholars and philosophers used them university to university, Monasteries were more economical before the founding of Oxford and Cambridge Universities and were big farms to study. MEDIEVAL LIFE People worked in their own fields and owed to the lords, wool industries were important, people worked clothes in cottages.

In London grew the wool industry by English sheep. People formed guilds very powerful and with prosperity growth in population and began the Cathedrals like Winchester and Lincoln, Salisbury and Durham, "Yorkminster as a Norman Church". The Normans derived from Northman and descendants from the Vikings in the Northwestern France, nowadays Normandy.

The Norman's language was changing for hundreds of year Norman-French, and introduced the architecture to England and great inventiveness. Anglo-Saxons culture was more advanced, but Normans partially civilized the defeated Anglo-Saxons mostly in their system of government.

The Norman Empire was the most powerful force in Europe. They fought for their French territories and one of the Kings, Richard "the lion-Hearted" was accompanied by the court. BATTLE OF HASTINGS THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD
1066-1584 ENGLISH LITERATURE U.G.C. Presented by: Zulma Vargas
Wilmer Cortés Crossed boundaries and differences in language. Latin was its official language in educated people. "important people" Travel for people was difficult and dangerous.
Food was difficult to get in the seasons. ENGLISH LAW In the 12th century Richard Fitzneal an English cleric, wrote about William's subjection to the rebels into his laws. There were a lot of documents of government actions.

The law was about self-development of society; law of primogeniture was important as a rule in England. Disputes between two people were treated by law and judged and sanctioned by the church. Then, they had to tolerate the judgments by their neighbors.

In 1215 was signed the Magna Carta about taxes and levies. The Barons from King John (1199-1216). The Habeas Corpus as a right for citizens in wherever in the country.
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