The harrying of the north. Two years after William the Conqueror defeated King Harold at Hastings, the north of England rose up against him. In a savage episode, William relentlessly devastated the countryside and slaughtered its inhabitants. From Look and Learn 883 (16 December 1978).

The harrying of the north. Two years after William the Conqueror defeated King Harold at Hastings, the north of England rose up against him. In a savage episode, William relentlessly devastated the countryside and slaughtered its inhabitants. From Look and Learn 883 (16 December 1978).

Norman Conquests: The Harrying of The North

Norman Conquests: The Harrying of The North (DVD)

Norman Conquests: The Harrying of The North

The History of Warfare: Norman Conquests - The Harrying of the North (dvd_video)

The History of Warfare: Norman Conquests - The Harrying of the North (dvd_video)

What happened after 1066? The Harrying of the North – just history posts

What happened after 1066? The Harrying of the North

What happened after 1066? The Harrying of the North – just history posts

The Harrying of the North, 1069 - After 1066 the region was suppressed, but also harnessed as a source of strength for England over the centuries. Despite the harrying, the DNA patterns of around 600CE are still, mostly intact. - Jórvík - Yorkshire

The Harrying of the North, 1069 - After 1066 the region was suppressed, but also harnessed as a source of strength for England over the centuries. Despite the harrying, the DNA patterns of around 600CE are still, mostly intact. - Jórvík - Yorkshire

Now in paperback, the second novel in James Aitcheson’s breathtaking trilogy of the Norman Conquest of England sweeps readers into William the Conqueror's brutal campaign known as the Harrying of the North.

Now in paperback, the second novel in James Aitcheson’s breathtaking trilogy of the Norman Conquest of England sweeps readers into William the Conqueror's brutal campaign known as the Harrying of the North.

Voices of the Powerless, BBC production about the harrying of the North

Voices of the Powerless, BBC production about the harrying of the North

Harrying of the North - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Harrying of the North - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Harrying the north : William of Normandy

Harrying the north : William of Normandy

In 1069 William the Conqueror had put down a rebellion at York which was followed by his "harrying of the North" - an act of ethnic cleansing which depopulated large areas for a generation or more. As a further punishment, he divided up the lands of north Yorkshire among his most loyal followers. Alan Rufus, of Brittany, received the borough of Richmond[1] and began constructing the castle to defend against further rebellions and to establish a personal power base.

In 1069 William the Conqueror had put down a rebellion at York which was followed by his "harrying of the North" - an act of ethnic cleansing which depopulated large areas for a generation or more. As a further punishment, he divided up the lands of north Yorkshire among his most loyal followers. Alan Rufus, of Brittany, received the borough of Richmond[1] and began constructing the castle to defend against further rebellions and to establish a personal power base.

Companions of William the Conqueror - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Companions of William the Conqueror - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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