Heinemann Advanced History: Medieval England 1042-1228
Part of the Heinemann Advanced History series
- Out of stock: reprinting soon
- Publication Date
- November 2004
Up-to-date exam preparation.
The only A Level book on the market covering medieval History
- Separate sections for AS and A2 ensures your students have the information they need at the right depth.
- Exam preparation and advice at the end of each section help your students understand and improve their learning.
- A more accessible AS format eases the transition from GCSE while the A2 section develops students' skills and helps them rise to the challenge of A Level exams./LI>
How to use this book
AS SECTION: The Norman Conquest of England, 1042-1100
- England before the conquest
- Who would succeed Edward the Confessor?
- Why did William the Conqueror win the Battle of Hastings?
- How did the Normans secure the kingdom?
- The governance of Anglo-Norman England
- How did society change after the Conquest?
- The Anglo-Norman Church
A2 SECTION: England, 110-1228
- The reign of Henry I
- Was the reign of King Stephen a period of 'anarchy'?
- The reign of Henry II
- Good King Richard, bad King John?
- How did English society develop in the twelfth century?
- Church and Crown