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who were william the conquerors successors?
William the Conqueror's invasion was the last time that England was conquered by a foreign power. Another example even in modern times can be seen on the Bayeux Memorial, a monument to those killed in the Battle of Normandy during World War II. [ ]
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User: who were william the conquerors successors?

Weegy: William the Conqueror's invasion was the last time that England was conquered by a foreign power. Another example even in modern times can be seen on the Bayeux Memorial, a monument to those killed in the Battle of Normandy during World War II. [ ]
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User: Which of the following did NOT occur during the reign of Henry I? a. Judges were sent out across England to maintain justice and hold court. b. The exchequer was established to monitor and improve England’s financial situation. c. The nobles continued to lose power under Henry I’s efficient central government. d. As a symbol of loyalty, nobles were given the choice of either military service or paying fee.

Weegy: The answer is d. As a symbol of loyalty, nobles were given the choice of either military service or paying fee.
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User: William the Conqueror and his successors did not____________. a. introduce common laws, customs, and language c. establish a 12 member jury and court system b. make the central government more efficient d. establish the English Parliament with two houses

Weegy: William the Conqueror's invasion was the last time that England was conquered by a foreign power. Another example even in modern times can be seen on the Bayeux Memorial, a monument to those killed in the Battle of Normandy during World War II. [ ]
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User: The high nobles and barons revolted against this man.

Weegy: the high nobles and barons revolted against King John.
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