« Volume 5, Nomor 2, Oktober 2016
WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR
Peranan Duke of Normandy di Kerajaan Inggris Tahun 1066-1087Sheni Asrianti
, Nana Supriatna
, Ahmad Iryadi
AbstrakKata kunci : William the Conqueror, Battle of Hastings, Domesday Book, William’s policy, Viking
The highlight of this research is the role of William the Conqueror that is a descendant of the people of the Vikings in Normandy, French when to be king of England as well as the influence of the occupation of the Normandy it self in England. Before becoming king of England, William the Conqueror was Duke of Normandy in Normandy, France. William has the ambition to conquer England, after previous English king Edward the Confessor promising England in William. Through his victory in the war against Harold Hastings Godwinson which is the king of England that should, finally William the Conqueror became king of England. One policy William the best known are doing survey England for listing wealth of the people who all associated with Domesday Book. Its policy was in 1085, shortly before William died. William influence leadership in England can still witnessed until now. The most noticeable is on the social and cultural . Because it also has to cause the presence of the closeness of England and France when the government William the Conqueror. Not only the social and cultural, but the economic aspect, law, military, and political changed. The figure of William become one of the most influential in the world by Michael Heart with his phenomenal being called 100 Hundred. Big the influence of caused by William the government conqueror in England. Occupation of the Normandy in England not to be immediately over under the leadership of William the Conqueror, but the descendants of William the Conqueror is the one who replaced the king in England. They have a pretty good effect so that became the next king of England is of Plantagenet, so that the United Kingdom in the 1200s known as the Plantagenet dynasty. Nevertheless, there is no doubt that the ruling dynasties in England in the 13th century and even until now have connectivity with Normandy, particularly William the Conqueror.
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