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Murder of a monster; Mabel de Bellême

This quaint tower on the edge of Sées is all that is left of a mighty entrance gate. Here a levy would be charged to every person and cart passing into the town. The gates may have kept out the vast forests of Écouves that once stretched all the way to

How to invade England – 1066 and all that

William II Duke of Normandy didn’t read self-help books.  He never spent an afternoon taking personality tests to find out if he was an ‘ENFP’ (enthusiastic, creative) or ENTA (commander...) nor did he worry over much about his personal brand. Because William knew exactly who he was, knew exactly what he