June 30, 2021
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History timeline (1066 - 1071)
⟶ Updated 5 Feb 2020 ⟶
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Spring 1067 William returns to Normandy taking Earl Edwin, Earl Morcar, Earl Waltheof, Archbishop Stigand and many other Anglo-Saxon aristocrats.
December 1067 William returns to England to control the rebellions.
1068 Edwin and Morcar fled from William's court and joined the rebels.
December 1066 Heavy geld taxes on the Anglo-Saxon's.
1071 Edwin and Morcar escape from William after being captured.
The second big rebellion against the Normans.
31 January Earl Cumin is killed in Durham
c. Febuary Uprising in York. Edgar joins uprising from Scotlans William defeats York
13 april William back in Winchester for Easter
c. 8 September Danish fleet invades on the East coast
21 September Combined Anglo-Danish army arrives at York
c. December William pays the Danes to go away
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