By Center for Global Studies
International affairs within the twenty first century are marked by means of extraordinary degrees of transnational inter connectedness throughout states, societies, economies, and cultures. New cross-disciplinary learn paradigms related to a variety of educational groups are essential to knowing this rising complexity.
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10 Edward, on the other hand, gratefully remembering with what generous munificence, what singular honour, what affectionate intimacy, prince William had treated him in Normandy, by all of which he was even more closely bound to the duke than by ties of kinship; nay more, remembering also with what zeal the duke had helped to restore him from exile to his kingdom, determined as a matter of honour to repay him in equal measure and as an appropriate gift resolved to make him the heir of the crown obtained by his efforts.
It is a region full of forests abounding in wild beasts. Often he diverted himself with the flight of falcons and more often with that of hawks. Not the difficulty of the place, the harshness of winter, nor any other adversity could bend his iron will to break off the siege. The besieged were awaiting relief from [Geoffrey] Martel to whom they had sent for help. They had no wish to give up a lord under whom they could freely amass wealth by brigandage, just as the inhabitants of the town had been seduced by the same attraction.
27 c. xvii, p. 137 Soon afterwards he returned to Normandy,21 and there he ordered the dedication of the abbey church of St Mary at Jumièges. Throughout the holy mystery, reverently celebrated with the utmost religious rejoicing, the duke was present, an eager worshipper with devout heart at these nuptials of the bride of Christ. e. the archbishop of Rouen, John of Avranches, Geoffrey of Coutances, Hugh of Lisieux and Baldwin of Evreux . . 28 William of Jumièges ends his narrative of events with the following sentences, evidently relating to 1070 and the end of the Conqueror's devastating campaign in the north of England during the preceding winter.