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Apr 23, 2021

[Answer] 8. I always like it when a ruler has a qualifier after his name. In 1066, William I was crowned the first Norman king of England. Today, we know him as "William the _______."

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...1. Conqueror 2. Bloody 3. Unifier 4. Warrior William I is often credited with unifying all of England for the first time. He also created "The Domesday Book", an account of all the material wealth in his kingdom. He used this ledger for taxing purposes. He is also famous for building more than 80 fortified castles during his reign throughout his realm -- a good way to keep the local nobles in line.




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Conqueror:


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