A Career in Ruins
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- Deserted Medieval Villages (1)
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- The Romans (1)
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Edward I was one of England’s most influential monarchs, his actions shaped the destiny of all the British Isles even after his death. Edward was known for his conquests across Ireland, Scotland and Wales and even obtained the accolade “Hammer of the Scots” for his successful and brutal conquest of Scotland. Edward was extremely efficient…
What do the excavations at Sutton Hoo tell us about the significance of the sea to East Anglian society in the late sixth and early seventh centuries?
In order to assess what the excavations at Sutton Hoo tells us about the significance of the sea to East Anglian society in the late sixth and early seventh centuries one must first analyse and fully understand what Sutton Hoo actually is and what was found there; this piece will first endeavour to achieve this…
How the English Kings of the twelfth-century extend their power compared to that of of the French Kings of the period?
Today I will discuss how the English kings extended their power in the twelfth-century and compare their methods to that of the French Kings. I have decided to assess this in four ways, these being,how royal power was extended ‘theoretically’and ‘physically’, and how the church aided the extension of royal power through ‘theoretical’and ‘physical’ means.…
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