William II of England Timeline

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1056 CE: Birth of William II of England.
 
 
1075 CE: The future William II of England campaigns with success in Wales, subduing the Welsh king Caradog ap Gruffudd.
 
 
1087 CE - 1100 CE: Reign of William II of England.
 
 
1087 CE: William II of England is crowned in Westminster Abbey.
 
 
1088 CE: Rebels, led by Odo of Bayeux, are defeated and Rochester Castle is besieged and taken by William II of England.
 
 
1091 CE: William II of England invades Normandy, then held by his brother Robert Curthose.
 
 
1093 CE: William II of England campaigns with success in Wales, securing the loyalty of several Welsh princes.
 
 
1095 CE: A plot to murder William II of England by rebel barons is foiled.
 
 
1095 CE: William II of England builds the Great Hall at the Palace of Westminster.
 
 
1099 CE: William II of England leads the processional inauguration of the Great Hall at the Palace of Westminster.
 
1100 CE: William II of England dies during a hunting accident, an arrow piercing his chest.
 
 
1100 CE: Henry I of England is crowned in Westminster Abbey.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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