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They laid waste the coast lands; attacked the city of Bristol, but were beaten off by the citizens ; landed again further down in Somerset, and were defeated in a great battle by Ednoth, who had been Harold’s staller, where many were killed on both sides, including Ednoth himself; and then returned with nothing gained but such plunder as they succeeded in carrying off. The next year they repeated the attempt in the same style, and were again defeated, even more disastrously, this time by one of the newcomers, Brian of Britanny.
II. 2 18 THE CONQUEST 1067 C&w. enagewoL With the other side of feudalism, the political, the case was different. That had never grown up in the Saxon world. The starting-points in certain minor Roman institutions from which it had grown, seem to have disappeared with the Saxon occupation of Britain. The general conditions which favoured its development - the almost complete breakdown of the central government and the difficult and interrupted means of communication -existed in far less degree in the Saxon states than in the more extensive Frankish territories.
He was received with great rejoicing on every hand, especially in Rouen, where Matilda was staying, and his return and triumphal progress through the country reminded his panegyrist of the successes and glories of the great Roman commanders. He distributed with a free hand, to the churches and monasteries, the wealth which he had brought with him. A great assembly gathered to celebrate with him the Easter feast at the abbey ofF&. His presence was sought to add &Zat to the dedication of new churches.