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William Of Normandy Collection

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: A Feast. Detail from the Bayeux Tapestry, late 11th century, (1944). Creator: Unknown

A Feast. Detail from the Bayeux Tapestry, late 11th century, (1944). Creator: Unknown
A Feast. Detail from the Bayeux Tapestry, late 11th century, (1944). Scene from the embroidery depicting the Norman Invasion of England in 1066

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: King William as represented on his seal, (1870)

King William as represented on his seal, (1870). A wood engraving showing William the Conqueror (1028-1087) from The Arts of the Middle Ages and at the Period of the Renaissance, by Paul Lacroix

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Harold II, last Anglo-Saxon king of England, c1064, (19th century)

Harold II, last Anglo-Saxon king of England, c1064, (19th century). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Harold II, last Anglo-Saxon king of England, c1064, (19th century). Harold c1020-1066) swearing an oath on sacred relics before William of Normandy to support his claim to the English throne on death

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: The Goodwood Cup, 1864. Creator: Unknown

The Goodwood Cup, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Goodwood Cup, 1864. Goodwood has long been celebrated for the beauty of its cups as well as of its scenery, and this year it has been again true to its charter

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Caen College, 1858. Creator: Unknown

Caen College, 1858. Creator: Unknown
Caen College, 1858. Burial-place of William the Conqueror. In the chancel of William's church - that of St. Stephen - his remains lie...This church...and the adjacent beautiful structure

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: William I, (c1911). Creator: Unknown

William I, (c1911). Creator: Unknown
William I, (c1911). The first Norman king of England. From an engraved portrait in the British Museum'. Published in "The Portrait Book of Our Kings and Queens 1066-1911", edited by T

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Battle of Hastings, (1066), 1835. Creator: Unknown

Battle of Hastings, (1066), 1835. Creator: Unknown
Battle of Hastings, (1066), 1835. The Battle of Hastings in which invading Normans, led by William the Conqueror, defeated the Anglo Saxons under King Harold II

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: William, Duke of Normandy, c1890. Creator: Unknown

William, Duke of Normandy, c1890. Creator: Unknown
William, Duke of Normandy, c1890. William the Conqueror (c1028-1087), first Norman King of England, reigning from 1066 until his death in 1087

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Harold at the Battle of Hastings, (1066), 1890. Creator: Unknown

Harold at the Battle of Hastings, (1066), 1890. Creator: Unknown
Harold at the Battle of Hastings, (1066), 1890. Battle of Hastings, 1066 fought between a Norman-French army of William Duke of Normandy, and an English army under Anglo-Saxon King Harold Godwinson

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Statue of William the Conqueror, Falaise, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Statue of William the Conqueror, Falaise, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Statue of William the Conqueror, Falaise, 1890. Bronze statue of William the Conqueror (c1028-1087) first Norman King of England by French sculptor Louis Rochet in his birthplace, Falaise

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: The Battle of Hastings, (c1804). Creator: William Bromley

The Battle of Hastings, (c1804). Creator: William Bromley
The Battle of Hastings, (c1804). 19th century depiction of the Battle of Hastings fought in 1066, in which the invading Normans, led by William the Conqueror

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: William the Conqueror presenting a charter to Lord Marmion, 1909

William the Conqueror presenting a charter to Lord Marmion, 1909
William the Conqueror presenting a charter to Lord Marmion, and Sleeping Lord Marmion being prodded by St. Editha, 1909. After a design by Ford Madox Brown

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Falaise Castle, 1856. Creator: Alfred Capel-Cure

Falaise Castle, 1856. Creator: Alfred Capel-Cure
Falaise Castle, 1856

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Talbots Tower, Falaise Castle, 1856. Creator: Alfred Capel-Cure

Talbots Tower, Falaise Castle, 1856. Creator: Alfred Capel-Cure
Talbots Tower, Falaise Castle, 1856

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Warwick Castle, c1870

Warwick Castle, c1870. Medieval castle built by William the Conqueror in 1068 on the River Avon, rebuilt in stone in 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade was refortified

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Corfe Castle, c1870

Corfe Castle, c1870. Corfe Castle on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset was built by William the Conqueror in 11th century and is protected as a Grade I listed building

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Windsor Castle, c1870

Windsor Castle, c1870. Windsor Castle built in the 11th century after the Norman invasion of England by William the Conqueror. From " Picturesque Europe - The British Isles, Vol. I"

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: William the Conquerors Oak, c1870

William the Conquerors Oak, c1870. Pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) in Windsor Great Park. From " Picturesque Europe - The British Isles, Vol. I". [Cassell, Petter & Galpin, London, c1870]

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Durham from the River, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Durham from the River, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Durham from the River, 1898. Construction of Durham Castle began in 1072 under the orders of William the Conqueror, it is a Norman motte and bailey castle

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Warwick Castle, from the West, c1870

Warwick Castle, from the West, c1870. Medieval castle built by William the Conqueror in 1068 on the River Avon, rebuilt in stone in 12th century

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: The Castle, from Bishopsgate, c1870

The Castle, from Bishopsgate, c1870. Windsor Castle built in the 11th century after the Norman invasion of England by William the Conqueror. From " Picturesque Europe - The British Isles, Vol

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Pevensey Castle, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Pevensey Castle, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Pevensey Castle, 1898. Pevensey Castle, former Roman Saxon Shore fort in East Sussex, repaired during 11th century under William the Conqueror

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: William I, (c1028-1087), 1830. Creator: Unknown

William I, (c1028-1087), 1830. Creator: Unknown
William I, (c1028-1087), 1830. William I (c1028-1087) known as William the Conqueror, first Norman King of England, reigning from 1066 until his death in 1087

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Henry I, (c1068-1135), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Henry I, (c1068-1135), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Henry I, (c1068-1135), 1830. Henry I (c1068-1135) also known as Henry Beauclerc, fourth son of William the Conqueror educated in Latin and the liberal arts

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: William II, (c1056-1100), 1830. Creator: Unknown

William II, (c1056-1100), 1830. Creator: Unknown
William II, (c1056-1100), 1830. William II (c1056-1100) third son of William the Conqueror, was King of England from 26 September 1087 until 2 August 1100, struck by an arrow while hunting and died

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Harold swearing to maintain the Right of the Duke of Normandy to the Throne of England, c1890

Harold swearing to maintain the Right of the Duke of Normandy to the Throne of England, c1890. Harold Godwinson (c1022-1066) arrived in Pointhieu in 1064

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: At a Banquet given by Harold, he receives the News of the Invasion of the Normans, c1890

At a Banquet given by Harold, he receives the News of the Invasion of the Normans, c1890. Harold Godwinson (c1022-1066) recieves news of the Norman invasion led by William of Normandy at a feast

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: The Tower of London, 1890. Creator: Unknown

The Tower of London, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Tower of London, 1890. Castle on the River Thames, founded 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest of England, the White Tower built by William the Conqueror in 1079 became a symbol of oppression

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: William the Conqueror seizing his Brother Odo, Bishop of Bayeaux & Earl of Kent, 1773

William the Conqueror seizing his Brother Odo, Bishop of Bayeaux & Earl of Kent, 1773. William, then Duke of Normandy, made his half-brother Odo, Bishop of Bayeaux in 1049

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Robert, Son of William the Conqueror, saving the Fathers Life, at the Battle of Gerberoy, 1773

Robert, Son of William the Conqueror, saving the Fathers Life, at the Battle of Gerberoy, 1773. Robert Curthose (c1051-1134) at the Battle of Gerberoy in 1435. After Samuel Wale (1721-1786)

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Anselm Fitz Arthur claiming the Ground where William the Conqueror was to be buried, 1773

Anselm Fitz Arthur claiming the Ground where William the Conqueror was to be buried, 1773
Anselm Fitz Arthur claiming the Ground wherein William the Conqueror was going to be buried, 1773. Negotiations on the price of land forcibly acquired at the Abbaye aux Hommes

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Harolds Oath of Fealty to William of Normandy, (19th century?). Creator: Unknown

Harolds Oath of Fealty to William of Normandy, (19th century?). Creator: Unknown
Harolds Oath of Fealty to William of Normandy, (19th century?). King Harold II swears allegiance to William, Duke of Normandy (William the Conqueror)

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Portraits from Ancient Coins, (mid 19th century). Creator: Unknown

Portraits from Ancient Coins, (mid 19th century). Creator: Unknown
Portraits from Ancient Coins, (mid 19th century). Portraits of early kings in British history: Canute (Cnut I), Harold (Harold Godwinson), Edward the Confessor, William I (William the Conqueror)

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: The White Tower, 1908

The White Tower, 1908. From Early London - Prehistoric, Roman, Saxon and Norman, by Sir Walter Besant. [Adam & Charles Black, London, 1908]

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Bishops and Citizens Swearing Fealty to William the Conqueror. (c1770). Artist

Bishops and Citizens Swearing Fealty to William the Conqueror. (c1770). Artist
Bishops and Citizens Swearing Fealty to William the Conqueror. (c1770). 18th century imagining of a scene where Saxon subjects swear loyalty to the Norman King William I (1028-1087)

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: The Gallery of British Costume: The Dress People Wore in Norman Times, c1934

The Gallery of British Costume: The Dress People Wore in Norman Times, c1934. Illustration of costume worn during the Norman period (1066-1154)

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Warwick Castle, c1896. Artist: Frith & Co

Warwick Castle, c1896. Artist: Frith & Co
Warwick Castle, c1896. From Pictorial England and Wales. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, c1896]

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: William the Conqueror on horseback entering the Tower of London, c1852, (c1900?) Artist

William the Conqueror on horseback entering the Tower of London, c1852, (c1900?) Artist
William the Conqueror on horseback entering the Tower of London, c1080, (c1900?); with a description below

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: William I granting the charter to the citizens of London, 1899

William I granting the charter to the citizens of London, 1899. William I was the king of England in the 11th century

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Royal Exchange (3rd) interior, London, 1899

Royal Exchange (3rd) interior, London, 1899
Depiction of a mural painting in the Royal Exchange, London, 1899 by J. Seymour Lucas, of William I granting the charter to the citizens of London

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: The crowns of English sovereigns from William the Conqueror to Charles I, 1937

The crowns of English sovereigns from William the Conqueror to Charles I, 1937. A plate from the Illustrated London News: Coronation Record Number, (London, 1937)

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Hereward The Wake At Ely, 1902. Artist: Patten Wilson

Hereward The Wake At Ely, 1902. Artist: Patten Wilson
Hereward The Wake At Ely, 1902. Hereward the Wake, Anglo-Saxon rebel, attacking Peterborough Abbey, 1070 (early 20th century)

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: William I receiving a fatal injury at Mantes, France, 1087 (1864)

William I receiving a fatal injury at Mantes, France, 1087 (1864). William I (1028-1087), Duke of Normany and first Norman King of England

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Robert wounding his father, King William I, Normandy, 1079 (1864)

Robert wounding his father, King William I, Normandy, 1079 (1864)
Duke Robert of Normandy wounding his father, King William I, Normandy, 1079 (1864). Robert Curthose (1051-1134) fighting his father

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: King William I pays court to the English leaders, c1066 (1864)

King William I pays court to the English leaders, c1066 (1864)
King William I pays court to the English leaders. William the Conqueror (1027-1087), the first Norman King of England, receiving the English leaders after the Norman conquest of 1066

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Death of King Harold, Battle of Hastings, 1066 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Death of King Harold, Battle of Hastings, 1066 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Death of King Harold, Battle of Hastings, 1066 (1864). Harold II (c1022-1066) was nominated as his successor as King of Angles and Saxons by Edward the Confessor

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: Harold II swears fidelity to Duke William of Normandy, 1064 (1864)

Harold II swears fidelity to Duke William of Normandy, 1064 (1864). Harold (c1020-1066) swearing an oath on sacred relics before William of Normandy (1028-1087)

Background imageWilliam Of Normandy Collection: William the Conqueror, 11th century Duke of Normandy and King of England, (18th century)

William the Conqueror, 11th century Duke of Normandy and King of England, (18th century). William (1027-1087) came to the throne of England as King William I after defeating the English under Harold



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