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Above: a section of the Bayeux Tapestry detailing the Norman invasion of England. Cadw 1990; Lynch 1995 The Norman Barons responsible for the conquest of Wales were a small group of men, rarely exceeding twenty in number, who, in the immediate aftermath of Hastings, were far too busy with problems of security and control in England and Normandy.
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2019-04-23 05:58 Above: a section of the Bayeux Tapestry detailing the Norman invasion of England. Cadw 1990; Lynch 1995 The Norman Barons responsible for the conquest of Wales were a small group of men, rarely exceeding twenty in number, who, in the immediate aftermath of Hastings, were far too busy with problems of security and control in England and Normandy.

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Above: a section of the Bayeux Tapestry detailing the Norman invasion of England. Cadw 1990; Lynch 1995 The Norman Barons responsible for the conquest of Wales were a small group of men, rarely exceeding twenty in number, who, in the immediate aftermath of Hastings, were far too busy with problems of security and control in England and Normandy.


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