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What Was Life like in Britain in 1066?

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England in 1066 was ruled by King Edward the Confessor. England in 1066 was very different compared to the world in which we now live. Communication was limited to messengers, travelling was mainly by road and mostly on horse backs. Most people were also peasant farmers and lived mainly on their farm produce benefits.
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