Sisters of Normandy 1066-1903

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Reference WMO/271853


Battle Abbey

High Street


TN33 0AD


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Other monument
  • 11th Century Wars
About the memorial: A vertical marble tablet set into concrete. The concrete is shaped as a gable with pinnacle above the tablet. There is a narrow tower with small inset tiles each side of the tablet. The Entente Cordiale was signed in 1904.
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Diex Aie! // Dans le champ historique / de Senlac, ou tomba le brave Harold le / Saxon, 837 ans apres la bataille qui donna / a la Grande Bretagne la Loi Normande. // Le Souvenir Normand venu des bords / de la Seine a proclame avec joie la Paix / des Nomandies Soeurs. // 1066 – 1903 // (Names) // 20 Aout 1903 // Translated as - God be with us, In the historic field of Senlac, where brave Harold the Saxon fell, 837 years after the battle that gave Britain the Norman Law. The Norman remembrance, came from the Banks of the Seine to proclaim with joy the peace of the Sisters of Normandy. 1066 - 1903

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