Medieval England New Test 1

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Above, left to right: 1. and 3. Designs from the back of the thrones and a bishop. 2. Anglo-Norman architectural border.

The Anglo-Normans (Norman: Anglo-Normaunds, Old English: Engel-Norðmandisca) were the medieval ruling class in England, composed mainly of a combination of francized ethnic Anglo-Saxons, Normans, Northern French, Flemings, and Bretons, following the Norman conquest. A small number of Normans had earlier befriended future Anglo-Saxon king of England, Edward the Confessor, during his exile in his mother’s homeland of Normandy in northern France. When he returned to England, some of them went with him; as such, there were Normans already settled in England prior to the conquest. Edward’s successor, Harold Godwinson, was defeated by Duke William the Conqueror of Normandy at the Battle of Hastings, leading to William’s accession to the English throne.