History 2405E Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Pope Gregory Vii, Gregorian Reform, Norman Architecture

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Lecture 13 - the anglo-norman church: the anglo-saxon legacy identity, christianity had been the strongest agent in creating a national, cut through tribal rivalries, etc, laws of king cnut was that everyone should know that lord". Very few anglo-saxon structures survived to the present. Norwich and winchester alone had over 50 churches each. Sold arm of st. bartholomew to queen emma (wife of. Ii) norman attitudes to the anglo-saxon church: william i believed that he should be in charge of the norman. Reform: 11th century movement for church reform gregorian. Spread over the majority of the continent: william given papal support for his invasion of england and succession to the throne. Beginning of a feudal relationship with pope: normans envied the wealth of the anglo-saxon church, but didn"t brought in people he knew he could trust like some of its culture and architecture (small churches) William needed bishops he could trust completely. Purges church of bishops, etc. that were anglo-saxon,

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