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Companions of the Conquerorlocked

(act. 1066–1071)
  • C. P. Lewis


Companions of the Conqueror (act. 1066–1071), is an often misused phrase that is best applied to the people who planned and executed the successful invasion of England in 1066 under the leadership of Duke William II of Normandy, and who by 1071 had secured control of the English realm, of which their leader was now ...

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