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The Norman Conquest of England. Contents. I. Anglo-Saxons and Vikings II. The Battle of Hastings III C onsequences. Anglo-Saxon England. References and hints : Bede : Ecclesiastical History of the English People Language traces Writings / Poems Archaeology. Anglo-Saxon arrival.

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Contents
Contents

I. Anglo-Saxons and Vikings

II. The Battle of Hastings

III Consequences


Anglo saxon england
Anglo-Saxon England

  • References and hints :

    • Bede : Ecclesiastical History of the English People

    • Language traces

    • Writings / Poems

    • Archaeology


Anglo saxon arrival
Anglo-Saxon arrival

  • 4th Century AD : Britons move to Armorica

  • Anglo-Saxon arrived in the 5th century AD

  • Wars between them


Anglo saxons settling
Anglo-Saxons Settling

  • Angleland => England

  • Angles on the east coast

  • Saxons in the south




End of the viking age
End of the Viking Age

  • Edward the Confessor died in January 1066

  • Harald III of Norway defeated by Harold II



The battle of hastings1
The Battle of Hastings

  • I - Background to the Battle

    • William of Normandy

    • The Norwegian diversion and Harold’s victory

    • Some days before the battle

  • II – The Battle

    • The present strengths

    • The progress of the battle

    • The next days of the battle


  • Background to the battle
    Background to the Battle

    • William of Normandy (1027 – 1087)

    • The Norwegian diversion and Harold’s victory

      • September 25th, 1066

  • Some days before the battle


  • The battle
    The Battle

    • The present strenghts

      • 7000 persons in every camp

  • The progress of the battle

    • October 14th, 1066

    • The death of William?

    • The arrow of the victory

  • The next days of the battle

    • October 15th, 1066

    • Harold's skin

    • Christmas 1066



  • Origins of the english language
    Origins of the English language

    • English is a Germanic language




    Anglo norman
    Anglo-Norman

    • warranty - guarantee

    • ward - guard

    • warden - guardian

    • glamour - grammar

    • wage (Anglo-Norman) - gage (French)

    • wait - guetter (French)

    • war (from AN werre) - guerre (French)

    • wicket (Anglo-Norman) - guichet (French)



    French vocabulary
    French vocabulary

    • cul-de-sac

    • cliché

    • rendezvous

    • déjà vu

    • encore (to play an encore)

    • naïveté, naivety

    • coup d’état

    • chateau

    • nouvelle cuisine

    • nouvelle vague

    • tourniquet

    • portemanteau

    • contre-jour

    • film noir

    • entrée

    • dessert

    • café


    The motto of england
    The motto of England

    Dieu et mon droit"God and my right"







    Hundred years war
    Hundred Years' War

    to take the French leave

    filer à l'anglaise






    Influence of english
    Influence of English

    • short

    • tee-shirt

    • sweat

    • pullover

    • en suspens > suspense > suspense


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