Anglo saxon and Norman life.

Religion: Why were the churches so important?
Britain was a christian country. Families gave one tenth of their goods to the church.
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Villages: Who were the people? How did they live?
Most people lived in small villages. They grew their own food and built their own houses.
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Transport: How did people transport?
Sea was the main form of transport. Rivers were used for large loads.
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The king: Who ruled? How did people feel about him?
The king was very religious he spent most time confessing to god. He was the most important person.
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The people: Which people lived in the british isles?
Anglo- Saxons were tribes that had moved from denmark.
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Card 2

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Villages: Who were the people? How did they live?

Back

Most people lived in small villages. They grew their own food and built their own houses.

Card 3

Front

Transport: How did people transport?

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

The king: Who ruled? How did people feel about him?

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

The people: Which people lived in the british isles?

Back

Preview of the front of card 5

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