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Medieval RealmsChapter 11.1 This is Medieval EnglandChapter 22.1 Why was England invaded in 10662.2 William v. Harold 10662.3 King of England?2.4 A new way of ruling?2.5 What were the early Norman Castles like?Chapter 33.1 Power over people's minds3.2 How was the church organised?3.3 Pilgrims and holy days3.4 Fountains Abbey: beginnings3.5 What did the monks do all day?3.6 Nuns and nunneriesChapter 4 4.1 Who will rule?4.2 Henry II, law and order4.3 Church v. State: the murder of an archbishop in 11704.4 Crown v. Barons: King John and Magna Carta 1215Chapter 55.1 What were the crusades?5.2 The Siege of Acre 1189-915.3 How did the Third Crusade (1189-92) affect England?Chapter 6 6.1 What was a medieval village like?6.2 Cuxham: who did what?6.3 Cuxham the Manor Farm6.4 Cuxham: patterns of life6.5 Village CrimesChapter 7 7.1 What happened in Wales, Scotland and Ireland?7.2 The first settlement of Ireland7.3 Taking over Wales7.4 Losing ScotlandChapter 8 8.1 Medieval towns8.2 Lincoln: mayors, markets and guilds8.3 Southampton: merchents and trade8.4 What was it like to live in a medieval townChapter 99.1 The Black Death - a world-wide plague?9.2 How did people react to the plague?9.3 The Black Death at Cuxham9.4 How did the Black Death affect other places?Chapter 1010.1 The Peasents' Revolt 138110.2 What happened in Suffolk?10.3 Treachery and death at Smithfield!Chapter 1111.1 The Hundred Years' War: Edward III and the battle of Crecy 134611.2 The Hundred Years' War: enry V and the battle of Agincourt 141511.3 The Wars of the Roses: York v. Lancaster11.4 Richard III - the last Yorkist king of England

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