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  1. King Arthur (22450 bytes)
    11: ...hought believes that Arthur is a half-forgotten Celtic deity devolved into a personage (citing sometim...
    19: ...s that "he fed black [[raven]]s on the ramparts, although he was no Arthur" — but this poem as i...
    23: ...saints]]: for example, in the ''Life of Saint [[Illtud]]'', he is said to be a cousin of that churchma...
    35: ...hat after the [[Norman Conquest]] of Britain in [[1066]] there was renewed interest in the Arthurian Leg...
    39: ...] poet [[Wace]] and others), creating a unified cultural icon under which the Norman rulers and the na...
  2. Adela of Normandy (2741 bytes)
    7: ... accession to the [[England|English]] throne in [[1066]]. She was the favorite sister of King [[Henry I ...
    9: ...s and Meaux in [[1089]], making him one of the wealthiest men of his day. He was a proud and self-indu...
  3. California (63989 bytes)
    78: Waltz = none
    86: 5) Multiple footnotes to the same reference: see [[Wikipe...
    91: ...ion, California is a dominant force in American culture as well as the nation's economy. It has some o...
    93: ...[Utah]], [[Arizona]] and [[Wyoming]], known as [[Alta California]]. In these early times, the boundari...
    98: ... the most culturally and linguistically diverse culture areas in Native North America. Large, settled ...
  4. Comet (30542 bytes)
    11: ...cords the [[Norman conquest]] of [[England]] in [[1066]].{{hnote|Reading Museum, scene 1}}
    15: ...the light that falls on it; by comparison, [[asphalt]] reflects 7% of the light that falls on it. It i...
    17: ... electrons leading to emission of X-rays and far ultraviolet photons [http://www.kvi.nl/~bodewits].
    21: ...comets are thought to originate in the [[Kuiper belt]], whereas the source of long-period comets is th...
    23: ...fluenced by the gravity of giant planets as a result of a close encounter. Jupiter is the source of th...
  5. Hundred Years' War (30012 bytes)
    8: ...d 150 years later in the [[Norman Conquest]] of [[1066]], defeating the [[Anglo-Saxon]] leadership and i...
    10: ...al desires on the part of the nobility to gain wealth and increase prestige.
    15: ... rumor that Joan was a product of her mother's adultery and not a daughter of Louis X), but precedent ...
    27: ...o longer Philip IV's male heir in primogeniture, although he remained Philip IV's male heir in proximi...
    54: In [[1358]], a peasant revolt in France called the [[Jacquerie]] took place. It...
  6. Pirate Ship (44502 bytes)
    27: ...ly. They also plundered all the coasts of the [[Baltic Sea]], ascending the rivers of Eastern Europe a...
    31: ... Sea. By 642 they invaded southern Italy and assaulted Siponte in [[Benevento]]. Their raids in the Ad...
    39: ...aritime trade in both the [[North Sea]] and the Baltic Sea was seriously in danger of attack by the pi...
    50: ...n the one side stood the Muslim-ruled [[Bahmani Sultanate]], and on the other stood the Hindu kings ra...
    52: ...f_world_history/v012/12.2risso.html|title=Cross-Cultural Perceptions of Piracy: Maritime Violence in t...
  7. French language (40201 bytes)
    19: ...es]]) as a [[mother tongue]], and by 128 million altogether including second language speakers. It is ...
    25: ...e that the Romans referred to as [[Gaul|Gauls]], although there were also other linguistic/ethnic grou...
    27: ...Gaulois''), perhaps fewer than 200 words with a Celtic etymology remain in French today (largely place...
    31: ...on the Latin spoken in their respective regions, altering both the pronunciation and the syntax. They...
    46: ...agne]] (Brittany); the language they spoke is a Celtic dialect called [[Breton language|Breton]].
  8. Jury (14851 bytes)
    3: ...n officially submitted to them, or to set a [[penalty]] or [[judgment]] in a [[jury trial]] of a [[cou...
    6: ...nels are initially selected at random from the adult population of the district served by the [[court]...
    8: ...trial for health or other reasons, often some '''alternate jurors''' are nominated, who will also foll...
    14: ...casionally, a jury may find the defendant "not guilty" even though he violated the law if the jury thi...
    18: ...ot act as a judge in his own case. Many ancient cultures had similar concepts, notably ancient [[Judea...
  9. Bayeux Tapestry (13194 bytes)
    2: ...in [[England]] after the [[Norman Conquest]] of [[1066]], and commemorates the events leading up to the ...
    5: ...eted in 1077, 11 years after the famous battle of 1066. The borders of the tapestry are filled with myt...
    7: ...st put on display in the Church of Notre Dame, built by Bishop Odo in 1077. (Baker 275) Then, no menti...
    15: ...ven warrior at 19. He prevailed in the battle of 1066 and captured the crown at 38. William knew littl...
    22: ...coming. Finally, the famous day dawns; October 14 1066. The battle took place 65 miles from London. Ha...
  10. William I of England (8753 bytes)
    7: ...conquest by winning the [[Battle of Hastings]] in 1066 in what has become known as the [[Norman Conquest...
    23: ...d made the promise under duress and so may have felt free to break it.
    25: ...[[Pevensey]] in [[Sussex]] on [[September 28]], [[1066]] and assembled a prefabricated wooden castle nea...
    27: ... Hastings]]. This took place on [[October 14]], [[1066]]. According to some accounts, perhaps based on a...
    29: ...re. William was then crowned on [[December 25]] [[1066]] in [[Westminster Abbey]].
  11. Viking (18085 bytes)
    15: ... control of areas in [[Russia]] and along the [[Baltic]] coast. Stories tell of raids in the [[Mediter...
    64: ...s]] until the [[Norman Conquest]] of England in [[1066]], is commonly called the "Viking Age." The Vikin...
    66: ...ad to new lands to the north and to the west, resulting in the colonialization of [[Shetland]], the [[...
    78: ...ith impunity. The sagas state that the Vikings built settlements and were skilled craftsmen and trader...
    84: ...blications dealing with what we now call Viking culture appeared in the [[16th century]], e.g. ''Histo...
  12. Viking Age (10637 bytes)
    2: ... the name of the period between [[793]] A.D and [[1066]] A.D in [[Scandinavia]]. This corresponds to the...
    4: ... of England attempted by [[Harald H岤r夥]] in [[1066]].
    6: The clinker-built [[longship]]s used by the Scandinavians were uniq...
    10: ...e French language and culture into [[England]] in 1066, after the [[Norman Conquest]] of England.
    17: ...technological advances, such as the use of iron. Although another cause could well be pressure caused ...

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