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How did William assert his authority? The establishment of Norman rule over England The coronation of King William I King William I's greatest concern immediately after his decisive victory at Hastings was to ensure he could consolidate power over all of England. The villeins worked on the irch for the knights and barons.

William could now decide who to lease the land to. William could now decide who to singld the land to. King William trusted him and he ruled the south of England as a regent whilst the king was away in Normandy.

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Odo became the Earl of Kent and grew very rich by seizing as much land as he could. King William trusted him and he ruled the south of England as a regent whilst the king was away in Normandy. He was also the Bishop of Bayeux, he fought at Hastings and commissioned the Bayeux Tapestry to celebrate the conquest. The barons had to fight for the king and train knights for him.

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How did William assert his authority? These were men he could trust and rely on.

Norman feudalism was based on royal strength. Norman feudalism was based on royal strength.

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This meant that the south of England was secure, but William was faced with the problem of asserting his authority over a foreign population. They paid them hastingz and gave them some of their crops, as well as fines if they broke the law. The knights then received some land from the barons.

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The barons had to fight for the king and train knights for him. Norman feudalism was different from the Anglo-Saxon system in one important way - King William owned all of the land. This meant that the south of England was secure, but William was faced with the problem of asserting his authority over a foreign population.

The greatest change introduced after the hhastings of was the introduction of the feudal system. The establishment of Norman rule over England The coronation of King William I King William I's greatest concern immediately after his decisive victory at Hastings was to ensure he could consolidate power over all of England.

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FitzOsbern was the brains behind the invasion - he ensured hzstings were enough men and boats to conquer England. The king owned all the land but gave some to the barons. They paid them taxes and gave them some of their crops, as well as fines if they broke the law.

Norman feudalism was different from the Anglo-Saxon system in one important way - King William owned all of the land. The feudal system The system of giving land in exchange for duties had existed before the Norman Conquest but William confiscated land from Anglo-Saxons, which created a whole new power structure.

These were men he could trust and rely on. Odo became the Earl of Kent and grew very rich by seizing as much land as he could.

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He was also the Bishop of Bayeux, he fought at Hastings and commissioned the Bayeux Tapestry to celebrate the conquest. The knights then received some land from the barons. The villeins worked on the land for the knights and barons. The king owned all the land but gave some to the barons. The feudal system The system of giving land in exchange for duties had existed before the Norman Conquest snigle William confiscated land from Anglo-Saxons, which created a whole new power structure.