England 1066-1307

England 1066-1307                          

    I.  Norman Conquest
        
A. Edward's heirs:  Harold; William, Duke of Normandy
        
B.  Battle of Hastings  Oct. 14,1066
    
     C   The Norman settlement of England
             
1. Land distribution
        
D. Law
        
E. Language
        
F. Church-state relations
        
G. Relations of King of England/Duke of Normandy to   King of France
         H .  Anglo-Saxon royal government retained
             
1. shire/sheriff
             
2. taxes  
              
3. law   
       
I.  Domesday Book


II.   William II, "William Rufus" (the Red) 1087-1100

III. Henry I ,1100-1135 English Government under Henry I
     A.  Law
           1. Itinerant Judges 
     B.  Dialogue Concerning the Exchequer
           1.  Pipe rolls

           2.  Shield money/ scutage

IV.  Civil War between Stephen and Matilda
      A. Matilda
      B. Stephen

V.  Henry II, 1154-1189
       A  Government of Henry II
                1. juries
 
        B. Church-state legal issues

               1.Constitutions of Clarendon
        C.  Henry's Foes

VI.  Richard I, 1189-1199

VII. John, 1199-1216
          A.
Magna Carta

VIII. Henry III, 1216-1272
          A. Provisions of Oxford
          B. Simon de Monfort

IX. Edward I, 1272-1307
            A.  The Early Years

            B.  Later Difficulties
                    1. Robert the Bruce
               
            C. Law

                    1.Statutes of Edward I

 

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 Stephenson and Marcham

Ethelred the Danes  and the Confessor

Battle of Hastings        

Excerpts from Domesday Book

Tower of London -- Britain's Crown Jewels, British Historical and Travel Destination Site

Exchequer 

 Excerpts from Pipe Rolls

 Wreck of the White Ship

.Henry and Eleanor and their Empire

Constitutions of Clarendon

 Murder of Becket

Edward I Longshanks