Virtual exhibition

Virtual exhibition

Filter:

Pages

Notice
William the Conqueror - Politics and Military links

The reign of William the Conqueror (1035-1087) traditionally appears as a prosperous period for the duchy of Normandy.

List of the companions of William the Conqueror - Politics and Military links

Upon Edward the Confessor's death in 1066, Harold is crowned King of England, and takes the throne which amounted to William the Conqueror.

Charter of William of Warenne, son of the first Lord of Lewes - Politics and Military links
Absolution cross and funeral pot - Politics and Military links

 

Charte de confirmation de Guillaume le Conquérant en faveur de l'abbaye de Fécamp - Politics and Military links

Confirmation charter of William the Conqueror (patronus of the Normans and King of the English) to Fécamp Abbey of Steyning (Estaninges), West Sussex, which King Edward (the Conf

Report addressed to seaports traders mentioning the abuses of English pirates - Maritime and Trade links

 

Poster Le Rouen - Maritime and Trade links

 

" Le Rouen"

 

Piggy bank and coins - Politics and Military links

 

 

William de Warenne and Gundrada - Politics and Military links

 

 

 

William de Warenne was an early Norman baron who fought with William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings in 1066.

Map of Brighton - Maritime and Trade links

 

 

 

View 1 :  Plan of the Parish of Brighthemstone, 1792

130 x 82

(ESRO: AMS 4106)

 

Pages

The exhibitions

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