Hollister chapter 4

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Department
History
Course
HIST 1191
Professor
Janelle Greenberg
Semester
Fall

Description
HIST 1191 notes – Hollister chapter 4 4: The Impact of the Norman Conquest 1069 revolt in Yorkshire, but disunity of purpose led to failure 1075 Northumbria revolt incited by Waltheof ­ after his death, turning point in Norman  occupation ­ lack of nationalism made revolts less likely Power structure became almost completely Norman William the Conqueror had to protect 2 fronts ­ after 1072, only visited England 4x WtC never challenged because there was no other with claim to English throne English Church reformed to match pace with papal reform 1075: radical Pope Gregory VII banned secular appointment of holy men (lay investiture) Not challenged in England a
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