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Molding the obverse of the seal of William the Conqueror - Politics and Military links
Like coins, seals were used in the Middle Ages to depict the person using the seal. The seal of William the Conqueror, shown on horseback, is one of the earliest images of this type on seals.
Silver pennies from William the Conqueror - Politics and Military links
These silver pennies, minted in England after his victorious battle, show the face of William the Conqueror.
 
Silver coin to the effigy of Duke William Longsword - Politics and Military links
This coin show that Rollo’s dynasty had become established. It bears the likeness of Rollo’s immediate successor, William Longsword, his son from a first marriage (927-942)
Missal of Robert of Jumièges - Politics and Military links
Missal of Robert of Jumièges. England, early 11th century.
Charter of Charles the Simple in favour of the Abbey of St-Germain-des-Prés - Politics and Military links

This royal charter dated 14 March 918 is the only document referring to Rollon and confirming the existence of the treaty of Saint-Clair-sur-Epte, signed in 911.

Viking sword found in the Seine - Politics and Military links

Numerous objects discovered during archaeological digs show that the Vikings were present and how they gradually spread throughout the area.

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The Keep, Falmer
"The First World War"
Discover the new East Sussex County Council website dedicated to the First World War
www.eastsussexww1.org.uk