The History of Normandy and of England: The three first dukes of Normandy: Rollo, Guillaume-Longue-Epée, and Richard-Sans-Peur. Richard Le-Bon. Richard III. Robert Le-Diable. William the Conqueror. 1864

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Macmillan and Company, 1857

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CHAPTER II
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Northmen and the Heathens 6971
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Further invasions of the Danes
95
GuillaumeLongueEpée summons the Bretons
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Principal Towns on the Channel coast of Normandy
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Guillaume offers to resign the greater portion of
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For the purpose of conciliating the French Guil
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Convention of the French nobles at Sens
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HughleGrand demands that Louis shall obey
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LOUISDOUTREMERGUILLAUMELONGUEÉPÉE AND RICHARD HIS
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The Bretons rally round Alain and an English fleet
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HughleGrand supported by Louis acquires Langres 184
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Royal prerogatives their subsisting importance 186
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Landing of Louis at Boulogne 166
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The great Magyar invasion
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936_939 HughleGrand marries Hadwisa Othos sister 214
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Guillaume performs homage to Louis at Amiens
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Luôn
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Louis at GuillaumeLongueEpées invitation visits
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Jumièges
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GuillaumeLongueEpée encounters them when hunt
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sesses himself of the Cotentin
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Richard inaugurated at Bayeux 292
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Arnoul invites GuillaumeLongueEpée to a confer
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Bishop Asceline and Emma accused of adultery
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Herbert of Vermandois various traditions concern
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Hugh on his deathbed urges the marriage
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Normandy enfeebled by the antipathies between
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their forces 350
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HughleGrands energy against the Danes
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Richard as his Ward 370
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of placing Richard out of the power of the Danishry
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Louis moves towards the South and enforces his
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Which arrest they break
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Richard being apparently on his deathbed Louis
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HughleGrand summoned to appear before
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Civil wars in Armorica 425426
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The Normans taunt Louis with his imprudence
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Apparent prosperity of Louis in Normandy
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HughleGrands possessions ravaged by the enemy 554
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CharlesleGros and the Archbishop of Cologne 560
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Richards triumphant reentry
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Simultaneous panic of the French and Germans 580
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Germans completely defeated
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In the last HughleGrand provisionally excom
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HughleGrand becomes the Kings homager
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ance
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Emperors in Italy subsequent to the dismemberment
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Otho determines to conquer Italy and win Ade
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thos children by AdelaideLiudolphs jealousy
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The last era of the Carlovingian dynasty comes
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Importance of this victory to Christendom i
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A great council convened at Noyon Hugh Capet
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TêtedEtoupe refuses submission
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but
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Historical geography of Lorraine mediæval
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Troyes 619
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taining to the sanguine temperament
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Mutual hatred between the French and Normans 719
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sovereignty to ecclesiastical dignity
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Splendid preparations made by Richard for the
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Lothaire makes peace with the Normans
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Human societies and individuals governed by
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Gerbert supplies Richerius with materials
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Adalbero obtains the vacant See of Rheims upon
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The suppressed chapter in Lothaires history
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tine poisons him
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Otho invites Nicephorus to grant the younger Theo
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Partisans assemble round Charles the times
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Lothaires raid against AixlaChapelle flight
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Hugh Capet apprehending danger disguises himself
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His death and burial at Rome
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procession
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She disappears from history
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They advise that Arnoul should enter into a special
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Death of Charles
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Death of Otho III extinction of the Saxon line
900
Accession of Henry the Fowler
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