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Victoria Angliae Normannica

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Loci maiorum eventuum per Victoriam Angliae Normannicam anno 1066.
Rollo et proles Gulielmus I, princeps Normanniae (Comes Rothomagi, Longa Spata appellatus), et Ricardus dux Normanniae (Comes Rothomagi, Sine Timore appellatus). Pictura saeculi tredicimi.
Nummus Sweyn II, regis Danici.
Turris Londinii, a Gulielmo Conquaestore ad Londinium cohibendum primum aedificatum.[1]

Victoria Angliae Normannica fuit incursio et possessio Angliae per exercitum militum Normannorum, Bretonorum, Francorumque saeculo undecimo facta, Gulielmo II Normanniae duce, postremo Gulielmo Conquaestore appellato.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Douglas 1964:216 et nota 4.

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