Wace, a resident at Caen.
Whales, formerly caught near Jumieges.
William the Conqueror, his statue at Caen,
supposed figure of him on a capital in the church of the abbey
of the Trinity,
buried in the abbey-church of St. Stephen,
his death and burial, and the disturbance of his remains,
his palace at Caen,
fresco-paintings of him and his family,
born at Falaise,
receives the homage of the English, as successor to Edward, at Bayeux.
William of Jumieges, his account of the attachment of the Empress
Maud to Bec.