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You can tell by the giggles how fun it is to be joking with grandma and mom, pretending that you think they can't see you! :-)
I found it Interesting, and I guess some of you might. Just to let you know I'm not rich now, somewhere along the lines we lost the money/lands, and I now live in a council estate.
Had a lot of fun with this project... Enjoy!
Developer: Ensemble Studios William the Conqueror campaign cutscenes from Age of Empires II: The Conquerors
Kings & Queens of England Part 1 of 9: William The Conqueror. ****** This presentation is part of a school project carried out by French students ****** My name is William the conqueror, I was born in Falaise in 1027 and I died in Rouen on September 9th, 1087. My story begins after the death of my father, Robert le Magnifique, when I was named Duke of Normandy at the age of eight. In 1050, I married Matilda of Flanders (also named Queen Matilda), who created the famous tapestry of Bayeux, representing all my conquests. After Harold Godwinsons treason, I decided to strike back and invade England. I won the battle of Hastings and I became King of England in 1066. I had a castle in Normandy where I liked to hunt and have a rest. William II, aka William Rufus, one of my ten children, was my successor on the throne of England while Robert Curthose, another son of mine, became Duke of Normandy. We could say, without a doubt, that I was the best king among the kings since I civilized England. God save William the Conqueror!
Hi there! Another piece, written in a similar style as The Tenno, but now it's a medieval song. The beginning is like a regular medieval song, but later it sounds more like it could be in a movie (I'm not saying it could, but it does sound more like it than the beginning :P). Just enjoy William the Conqueror!
In Search of William the Conqueror part 1 Michael Wood A rare recording taken from the series In Search of the Dark Ages.This was the last episode in the series as our Anglo Saxon heroes fall beneath the norman yoke under Williams harsh rule
This time I've provided some of the history. I wrote this and harmonize with my tape-recorded vocal.
You will never, EVER forget the date of the Norman invasion and the Battle of Hastings after watching this. Ever. That is a REAL sword, btw. Another teacher we know actually fights people with it. With armor on.
A movie for a socials project. song: Blow me Away by Breaking Benjamin. Jeremy, Kwadwo, Brian, Zac
Another response to the debate on the proper form to sign for years following 2010.
The 1st little Allen.
Frederick Chambliss Wemyss has whistled a background track to his song "William The Conqueror."
Frederick Chambliss Wemyss sings a song he's written about William The Conqueror. What happens in the song did, indeed, happen to a bunch of soldiers who'd tried to burn a bridge the Conqueror's men were about to cross.
From 'Great Malaysians'
Lee Perry, Mad Professor - Experryments At The Grass Roots Of Dub (1995) PRODUCED BY: Mad Professor MIXED BY: Mad Professor, Lee Perry, William The Conqueror BASS: William The Conqueror, Nolan Irie DRUMS: Mad Professor, Nolan Irie GUITAR: Black Steel KEYBOARDS: Victor Cross SAX: Michael 'Bammie' Rose TROMBONE: Rico Rodriguez TRUMPET: Eddie 'Tan Tan' Thornton PIANO: William The Conqueror, Nolan Irie FLUTE: Kate Holmes STUDIO: Ariwa
The game show is hosted by Kirk Fogg.
14th. October 1066 when Duke William of Normandy battled the Anglo-Saxon King of England Harold Godwinson for the throne of England. William's army of 8400 strong, consists of 2200 mailed knights,1700 archers & 4500 men-at-arms, while Harold's army of 7500 men-at-arms including 2000 huscarls (his bodyguard). Harold Godwinson had just defeated Harold Hardrada & his invading Norwegian Viking army at the battle of Stamford bridge, & marched south to meet William at Hastings forming a shield wall. While showering the Saxons with archers & the men were engaged, William ordered an attack followed by a false retreat on the Saxon's right while the Saxons charged after them & at this point William sent his Knights to cut down the charging Saxons which weakened their line of defense. As dusk approached, Harold took an arrow in his left eye & was struck several times by William's knights while chasing the fleeing Saxons. The Remaning Huscarls, chose to stay and fought till the last man. William the Conqueror became King of England.
14th. October 1066 when Duke William of Normandy battled the Anglo-Saxon King of England Harold Godwinson for the throne of England. William's army of 8400 strong, consists of 2200 mailed knights,1700 archers & 4500 men-at-arms, while Harold's army of 7500 men-at-arms including 2000 huscarls (his bodyguard). Harold Godwinson had just defeated Harold Hardrada & his invading Norwegian Viking army at the battle of Stamford bridge, & marched south to meet William at Hastings forming a shield wall. While showering the Saxons with archers & the men were engaged, William ordered an attack followed by a false retreat on the Saxon's right while the Saxons charged after them & at this point William sent his Knights to cut down the charging Saxons which weakened their line of defense. As dusk approached, Harold took an arrow in his right eye & was struck several times by William's knights while chasing the fleeing Saxons. The Remaning Huscarls, chose to stay and fought till the last man. William the Conqueror became King of England.
King William the First of England. A life dramatized in less than a minute!
From season F episode "France"
EXPLAINS OBAMA'S ECONOMIC PLAN
From Eric Williams to Barack Obama Sparrow`s political support in song has always proved invaluable. After all, Sparrow fans the world over know "Sparrow wouldn`t tell you a lie" and that "if Sparrow say so - is so!".
The beginning of Williams the Conqueror's invasion of England told using legos.
William the Conqueror: Duke of Normandy, King of England, and... sock puppet?!?
An amazing video all about William the Conqueror!?! Don't let the EDUCATION side of it put you off!!!
www.youtube.com #15-Most Discussed(Today)-Education-United Kingdom #9-Top Favourite(Today)-Education-United Kingdom #9-Top Rated(Today)-Education-United Kingdom #54-Most Viewed(Today)-Education-United Kingdom #40-Top Rated(This Week)-Education-United Kingdom #53-Most Discussed(This Week)-Education-United Kingdom #64-Top Favourite(This Week)-Education-United Kingdom Sing Along now! Maresy Dotes and Doesey Dotes And little lamsie divey, A kiddley divey, too, Wouldn't you! Maresy Dotes and Doesey Dotes And little lamsie divey, A kiddley divey, too, Wouldn't you! Now if the words sound queer, And funny to your ear, A little bit jumbled and jivey; Well, "mares eat oats" And "does eat oats" And "little lambs eat ivy". Maresy Dotes and Doesey Dotes And little lamsie divey A kiddley divey, too - Wouldn't you! Arundel Castle in West Sussex, England is a medieval castle. The castle dates from the reign of Edward the Confessor (r. 1042--1066) and was completed by Roger de Montgomery, who became the first to hold the earldom of Arundel by the graces of William the Conqueror. The castle was damaged in the English Civil War and then restored in the 18th century. Arundel Castle was built in 1068 during the reign of William the Conqueror as a fortification for the River Arun and a defensive position for the surrounding land. The original structure was a Motte and Bailey castle before undergoing an extensive renovation during the reign of William the Conqueror which enlarged the motte and ...
The close of the episode about Duke/king William I... englistory.co.uk
"Behind the Science of Who You Are" is a short band documentary by Ammar Ijaz, Samantha Eng, and band member Scott Christian. Combines live and studio footage, interviews and audio clips from the upcoming album.
Footage from the William the Conqueror 'Science of Who You Are' CD recording session Feb. 2008.
Footage from the William the Conqueror 'Science of Who You Are' CD recording session Feb. 2008.
Footage taken from a William the Conqueror show at the Rivoli Night Club in Toronto, Canada.
Footage taken from a William the Conqueror show at the Rivoli Night Club in Toronto, Canada. Featuring Colin Brisbois on guitar.
My dog's first show! Music: Monty Python's Flying Circus Theme Shot on: Sony HDR-HC3 HD Camcorder Edited With: iMovie '08
the true historical account of william the conqueror.
Bill's a bad ass!!!
Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress The Tower of London, more commonly known as the Tower of London (and historically simply as The Tower), is a historic monument in central London, England on the north bank of the River Thames. It is located within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and is separated from the eastern edge of the City of London by the open space known as Tower Hill. The Tower of London is often identified with the White Tower, the original stark square fortress built by William the Conqueror in 1078. However, the Tower as a whole is a complex of several buildings set within two parallel rings of defensive walls and a moat. The Tower's primary function was a fortress, a royal palace, and a prison (particularly for high status and royal prisoners, such as the Princes in the Tower and the future Queen Elizabeth I). This last use has led to the phrase "sent to the Tower" (meaning "imprisoned"). It has also served as a place of execution and torture, an armoury, a treasury, a zoo, a mint, a public records office, an observatory, and since 1303, the home of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom. The Tower of London was founded in 1078, when William the Conqueror ordered the White Tower to be built inside the SE angle of the City walls, adjacent to the Thames.  This was as much to protect the Normans from the people of the City of London as to protect London from outside invaders. William ordered the Tower to be built of Caen stone, which he had ...
Egan as William the Conqueror
Duke William the Conqueror of Normandy tells exactly why he invaded Britain in 1066 AD. It's bloody hilarious, really.
DMX krew and the bayeux tapestry combined.