The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (2 of 3)
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The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (2 of 3)
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The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (2 of 3)
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The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (2 of 3)
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The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (2 of 3)

Publication Date: April 22, 2010

Chapter: English Literature During The Middle Ages

Behold the further (and increasingly violent) adventures of King William. By all accounts, he seemed to love the various woodland creatures in his kingdom more than his own subjects. I've taken this to its most logical (and ludicrous) extreme. William's love wasn't limited to just deer, however. You couldn't kill boars in his kingdom either. Hell, you couldn't even kill rabbits. This apparently didn't sit well with the citizenry, who may or may not have been vegetarians by default during William's reign. Perhaps this is when tofu was invented.

Year: 1087 • Source: Norton OnlineInfo: Wikipedia

#KingWilliam   #TheMiddleAges   #English  

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