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1066 is a year that is remembered in English history as the year of the Norman Conquest

Choose from 342 items in our 1066 Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts


1066 Gallery: Bayeaux Tapestry portraying the Norman Conquest
Bayeaux Tapestry portraying the Norman Conquest
1066 Gallery: Map of England in 1066
Map of England in 1066
1066 Gallery: Battle of Hastings IC008_018
Battle of Hastings IC008_018
1066 Gallery: King Harold II (Harold Godwinson)
King Harold II (Harold Godwinson)
1066 Gallery: King Harolds foot soldieres with spears and battle axes, Bayeux Tapestry
King Harolds foot soldieres with spears and battle axes, Bayeux Tapestry
1066 Gallery: Wilkin - Battle of Hastings K021254
Wilkin - Battle of Hastings K021254
1066 Gallery: Death of King Harold, Bayeux Tapestry, 69, Normandy, France, Europe
Death of King Harold, Bayeux Tapestry, 69, Normandy, France, Europe
1066 Gallery: Page from the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
Page from the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
1066 Gallery: Battle of Hastings J960036
Battle of Hastings J960036
1066 Gallery: William I the Conqueror
William I the Conqueror
1066 Gallery: William the Conqueror J980082
William the Conqueror J980082
1066 Gallery: Arrow through Eye
Arrow through Eye
1066 Gallery: Harold Arrow in Eye
Harold Arrow in Eye
1066 Gallery: Harold Ii / Anon Fc
Harold Ii / Anon Fc
1066 Gallery: Battle of Hastings J000010
Battle of Hastings J000010
1066 Gallery: Battle of Hastings J000018
Battle of Hastings J000018
1066 Gallery: Bayeux Tapestry
Bayeux Tapestry
1066 Gallery: HAROLDs BODY FOUND 1066
HAROLDs BODY FOUND 1066
1066 Gallery: Invasion fleet, William steers ship with signal lantern on mast and stern
Invasion fleet, William steers ship with signal lantern on mast and stern
1066 Gallery: Bayeux Tapestry 1067: Battle of Hastings, 14 October 1066. The death of Harold II
Bayeux Tapestry 1067: Battle of Hastings, 14 October 1066. The death of Harold II
1066 Gallery: Crowds point to Halleys Comet, February 1066, Bayeux Tapestry, Normandy
Crowds point to Halleys Comet, February 1066, Bayeux Tapestry, Normandy
1066 Gallery: King Harold arriving from North to confront William, Bayeux Tapestry, Normandy
King Harold arriving from North to confront William, Bayeux Tapestry, Normandy
1066 Gallery: King Harold c.1066 IC008 / 033
King Harold c.1066 IC008 / 033
1066 Gallery: Battle of Hastings J000016
Battle of Hastings J000016
1066 Gallery: William the Conqueror
William the Conqueror
1066 Gallery: Battle of Hastings J000015
Battle of Hastings J000015
1066 Gallery: Battle of Hastings J000014
Battle of Hastings J000014
1066 Gallery: Battle of Hastings J000013
Battle of Hastings J000013
1066 Gallery: Battle of Hastings J000011
Battle of Hastings J000011
1066 Gallery: William of Normandy lands on the English coast
William of Normandy lands on the English coast
1066 Gallery: Battle of Hastings 1066
Battle of Hastings 1066
1066 Gallery: Norman Invasion of England, 1066
Norman Invasion of England, 1066
1066 Gallery: William I the Conqueror receiving the crown
William I the Conqueror receiving the crown
1066 Gallery: Body of Harold II is found
Body of Harold II is found
1066 Gallery: Battle of Hastings
Battle of Hastings
1066 Gallery: King Edward the Confessor
King Edward the Confessor
1066 Gallery: Bayeux Tapestry - Norman Conquest of 1066
Bayeux Tapestry - Norman Conquest of 1066
1066 Gallery: NORMAN WARSHIP, 1066. The ship in which William the Conquerer crossed the English Channel in 1066
NORMAN WARSHIP, 1066. The ship in which William the Conquerer crossed the English Channel in 1066
1066 Gallery: The Invasions of England and Ireland With al [sic] their Civ
The Invasions of England and Ireland With al [sic] their Civ
1066 Gallery: Edward Confessor / Woodcut
Edward Confessor / Woodcut
1066 Gallery: Invading Norseman, 1066
Invading Norseman, 1066
1066 Gallery: Battle of Stamford Bridg
Battle of Stamford Bridg
1066 Gallery: Bayeux Tapestry 1067. Harold II crowned King of England, 6 January 1066. Harold enthroned
Bayeux Tapestry 1067. Harold II crowned King of England, 6 January 1066. Harold enthroned
1066 Gallery: Bayeux Tapestry 1067: William of Normandy (William I, the Conqueror) at Battle of Hastings
Bayeux Tapestry 1067: William of Normandy (William I, the Conqueror) at Battle of Hastings
1066 Gallery: Battle Abbey precinct, site of Battle of Hastings 1066, Battle, Sussex
Battle Abbey precinct, site of Battle of Hastings 1066, Battle, Sussex
1066 Gallery: English King Harold lies dead at the Battle of Hastings during the Norman Invasion of 1066
English King Harold lies dead at the Battle of Hastings during the Norman Invasion of 1066
1066 Gallery: Norman knight c.1066 IC008 / 039
Norman knight c.1066 IC008 / 039
1066 Gallery: Saxon fyrdman c.1066 IC008 / 038
Saxon fyrdman c.1066 IC008 / 038


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1066 is a year that is remembered in English history as the year of the Norman Conquest. It was the year that William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy, invaded England and defeated the Anglo-Saxon forces of King Harold II at the Battle of Hastings.

The Norman Conquest changed the course of English history. William the Conqueror brought with him a new set of laws, customs, and language, which would eventually become the basis of modern English. He also brought a new form of government, the feudal system, which replaced the Anglo-Saxon system of government.

The Norman Conquest also had a profound effect on the English language. William the Conqueror brought with him a new language, Norman French, which eventually became the language of the court and the upper classes. This new language, combined with the existing Anglo-Saxon language, eventually became the language we know today as English.

The Norman Conquest also had a lasting impact on the culture of England. William the Conqueror brought with him a new set of customs and traditions, which were adopted by the English people. These customs and traditions, such as the use of heraldry, the knightly code of chivalry, and the feudal system, would become part of the English way of life for centuries to come.

1066 is remembered in English history as the year of the Norman Conquest, and it is a year that changed the course of English history forever. The Norman Conquest brought with it a new language, a new form of government, and a new set of customs and traditions, all of which would shape the course of English history for centuries to come.