3 sources must come from the following:
Medieval England 500-1500, Emilie Amt and Katherine Allen Smith
The Hollow Crown A history of Brittian in the late middle ages, Miri Rubin
The Plantagenets, Dan Jones
Henry of Huntingdon the history of the english people 1000-1154, Huntingdon
Jean Froissart Chronicles.
Answer one of these questions with sources from above:
1: Views of the Norman Conquest in medieval chronicles:
Examine chronicles that discuss the Norman Conquest of England and account for the differing characterizations of the events and important individuals that led to the conquest. For instance, how do the chronicles portray Harold Godwineson and what does that indicate about English perceptions of the conquest.
2: Henry II, Becket and the Investiture Controversy:
The murder of Thomas Becket has been called the last great controversy of the conflicts between church and monarchs over investiture. Examine the murder of Becket as a continuation of the Investiture Controversy.
3: Crusade, Richard I, and Edward I:
Discuss the importance of Crusade to the English Crown particularly focusing on the crusades of Richard I and Edward I. What did England gain when English kings went on Crusade and what did the country lose? What ties did England have to the Holy Land and how did those ties contribute to the desire of English kings to engage in crusade?
4: The growth of Parliament’s authority:
The precursor to the development of the English parliament rested in the conflicts of King John I and the English barons resulting in John’s forced signature on the Magna Carta. By focusing on the role of Simon de Montfort examine how the ideals that the Barons implemented in the Magna Carta were subsequently expanded during the rule of John’s son Henry III.
5: Plague and Peasants’ Revolt:
Although the Peasant Revolt included elements of Lollard ideas, the revolt itself was precipitated by the wage restrictions that Parliament placed on laborers after the Plague. Examine the relationship of the Plague to the Peasant revolt and discuss how
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