|Title:||Genealogy Simplified And Applied To The Illustration Of British History: With A Description Of The Changes Which Have Taken Place In The Armorial Bearings Of The Sovereigns Of England (1843)|
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|Publisher:||Kessinger Publishing, LLC (June 29, 2008)|
Genealogy simplified and applied to the illustration of British history, with a description of the changes which have taken place in the armorial bearings of the sovereigns of England. Стр. 54 - the said image to kneel upon a table " of silver and gilt, and holding betwixt his hands " the crown, which it pleased God to give us, with " the victory of our enemy at our first field, the " which image and crown we bequeath.
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This chart covers the most important periods of British history. It shows the chief inhabitants or invaders of England until the Middle Ages, then the royal houses of England (until 1603) and of Britain (after 1603). 55 В. 450 A. D. The Anglo-Saxons. 1066-1154 William the Conqueror (1066-1087). 1154-1399 Henry II (1154-1189) Edward I (1272-1307). The Houses of York and Lancaster.
In the period of Anglo-saxons the pope Gregory I. decided to convert the them to Christianity and by the eighth century all England was Christian. At the end of the 8th century was Britain invaded with the Danish tribes of the Viking raiders. The Anglos begann to fight against them and the first king, who stopped them was Alfred the Great, who built many fortresses and England’s first fighting ships. He won over them in the battle of Eddington in 878 and he received the peace with them.
to the conquest of England in 1066 by William the Conqueror. During the Old English Period, written literature began to develop from oral tradition, and in the eighth century poetry written in the vernacular Anglo-Saxon (also known as Old English) appeared. One of the most well-known eighth century Old English pieces of literature is Beowulf, a great Germanic epic poem. The second half of the fourteenth century produced the first great age of secular literature. The most widely known of these writings are Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, the anonymous Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, and Thomas Malory's Morte d'Arthur. While the English Renaissnace began with the ascent of the House of Tudor to the English throne in 1485, the English Literary Renaissance began with English humanists such as Sir Thomas More and Sir Thomas Wyatt.
Invasions of the British Isles have occurred throughout history. Various sovereign states within the territorial space that constitutes the British Isles were invaded several times; by the Romans, Germanic peoples, Vikings and Norsemen who came from Sweden, Denmark and Norway, the French and the Dutch. Before the Romans came to Britain, and with them the advent of written records of the region, the majority of Britain was Celtic