The Battle of Hastings
Explores the origin of the battle, the main protagonists, the battle plan, the results and other battle related features.
The Battle of Hastings, 1066
This site features the story of the British Isles from the first Roman Invasion to the fateful culmination known as theBattle of Hastings which was fought between King Harold II of England and Duke William of Normandy.
Primary source for the battle of Hastings, William the Conqueror, Harold II and the Norman conquest.
This site link will take you to the full Bayeux Tapestry index consisting of 35 parts.
BBC History: Normans
Offers analysis of the events leading up to the Battle of Hastings and details of the Norman legacy, including the Domesday Book. Includes games and photo galleries.
Britain's Bayeux Tapestry
Presents the Victorian replica of the Bayeux Tapestry, housed in its own gallery at the Museum of Reading. Provides scene by scene photographs, analysis and suggested educational activities.
The Domesday Book Online
Examines how, when and why the Domesday Book was compiled and allows the user to explore life in 11th century England.
Essential Norman Conquest
Presents a detailed analysis of the Norman Conquest, including panoramic battlefield views and animations, A-Z encyclopaedia and articles.
National Archives: Domesday
Features extensive information about the background and purpose to the Domesday book, explains the difference between Great and Little Domesday and examines the interpretation of the book.
Secrets of the Norman Invasion
An online book arguing William the Conqueror did not land at Pevensey, but at Wilting or Crowhurst at the old Port of Hastings.