This eleventh century invasion by William, Duke of Normandy, resulted in social and political changes all over England.
5 - 8
Anthropology, Social Studies, World History
Queen Mathilda's Tapestry
This tapestry, also known as the Bayeux Tapestry, depicts a knight informing his leader that Harold's army is approaching. The Norman conquest in 1066 was the last successful conquest of England.
Photograph by DEA / G. Dagli Orti
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May 20, 2022
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