The Fall of William the Conqueror
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|Caption||The Fall of William the Conqueror. In a war against King Philip the First of France, England's William the Conqueror burned one of Philip's towns. Riding through the smouldering debris the King of England's horse slipped on a piece of burning wood and threw the rider. A few weeks later, William died from the effects of the fall. Original artwork for illustration on p6 of Look and Learn issue no 164 (6 March 1965).|
|Creator||John Millar Watt, British (1895–1975)|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|William the Conqueror burning town fall horse battle armour England Fall of William the Conqueror John Millar Watt|
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