A Teacher's Guide to Using Primary Sources (Pages from by Christine L. Compston

By Christine L. Compston

This lecturers' advisor is designed to accompany Oxford's Pages from heritage sequence and starts off with the belief that the scholars who may be utilizing one of many volumes within the sequence have had very little event operating with fundamental assets. as well as taking a look at things like what a major resource is and the result of instructing with them, this teacher's advisor additionally contains pattern classes.

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26 Vikings In their longships the Vikings took trade and terror to al- most every country in Europe and many in Africa and Asia; they even reached America. At first their ships kept near the coast, but soon their skill and courage enabled them to venture across miles of open sea. D. 787, when the crews of three ships sacked the town of Poole. later they were They left, but to return in large A great raiders numbers. host of Danish roamed Britain, plun- dering and killing, until they were defeated by Alfred the Great in 878.

Rollo was acclaimed Duke of Normandy, his descendants extended their hold on the north of France, and their lands became knouTi as Normandy. It was from this stock that William, Duke of Normandy, sprang, being confirmed in his title at the age of seven when his father Robert made a pilgrimage to Jeru- the in the salem. On the Bayeux Tapestry, man archers are shown Nor- using short bows, and accounts of the Battle of Hastings stress their great use of this weapon. Some archers are shown wearing mail hauberks (left), while others lack any armor.

Andrew's cross, the saltire. 38 A broad right, as a band crossing the shield horizontally fined as fess, and two is de- diago- bands producing a St. Andrew's cross are designated saltire. The conventional cross is officially a Greek cross and can be used with a nal number of variations in de- tail—over 300 are accepted by the heraldic There are also set down about authorities! rules strict the combin- ing of charges. Although the origins of heraldry were largely practical, it soon became a complicated and involved science.

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