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- DescriptionAfter a difficult mirity, the young Duke managed to make Normandy one of the greatest provinces in the kingdom of France. The power he acquired enabled him to fit out a fleet and land it in England, and then to defeat and kill King Harold. Crowned King of England at Christmas 1066, he would go down in history as William the Conqueror. This glorious epic is reflected in so many military and religious buildings in Normandy. The authors of this work aimed simply to walk in the tracks of William the Conqueror, his ancestors, family and contemporaries (whether friends of foes). Making use of recent research, they have tried to make his troubled life and times accessible and to arouse in the more curious a desire to wander the four corners of the province to discover its past. And so they offer 22 walks following in William's footsteps.
- Author(s)Gilles Pivard,Jean-Francois Seiher,Michel Hourquet
- Date of Publication19/11/2015
- SubjectRegional History
- Place of PublicationCully
- Country of PublicationFrance
- Content NoteColour photos throughout
- Width200 mm
- Height265 mm
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