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Mark Hagger tells the story of William the Conqueror accurately and concisely in an attractive style and a highly accessible format. --Ann Williams, author of The World Before Domesday

This is the first new biography of William the Conqueror for more than two decades, and has accordingly been able to take account of new research which has thrown light on such matters as William s rule in western Normandy, his travels between England and Normandy, and the making of Domesday Book. Mark Hagger has kept the Conqueror himself very much as the focus of the narrative and there is an independence of judgment that sees the author cutting a clear path through the jungle of scholarship that surrounds the Conqueror and the year 1066. It will certainly prompt lively discussion. --Judith Green, author of The Aristocracy of Norman England

This is the first new biography of William the Conqueror for more than two decades, and has accordingly been able to take account of new research which has thrown light on such matters as William s rule in western Normandy, his travels between England and Normandy, and the making of Domesday Book. Mark Hagger has kept the Conqueror himself very much as the focus of the narrative and there is an independence of judgment that sees the author cutting a clear path through the jungle of scholarship that surrounds the Conqueror and the year 1066. It will certainly prompt lively discussion. --Judith Green, author of The Aristocracy of Norman England

About the Author

Mark Hagger is Lecturer in Medieval History at Bangor University. He is the author of The Fortunes of a Norman Family: the de Verduns in England, Ireland and Wales 1066-1316 and has also published a number of articles on Norman aristocracy, law and government.

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