The Death of William the Conqueror
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|Caption||Famous Horses in Fact and Fiction: The Death of William the Conqueror. After sacking the town of Mantes in retaliation for raids by the French on his possessions, William the Conqueror died from internal injuries after his horse stumbled and William was thrown against the pommel.|
|Creator||James Edwin McConnell, English (1903–95)|
|Artwork medium||printed material|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|William the Conqueror horse fire armour shield pike Mantes fall accident death Death of William the Conqueror James E McConnell James Edwin McConnell|
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