Senlac

Name given by the Normans to the place where they fought the battle of Hastings in 1066. The name derives from the English ‘Santlache’ from which the Normans made a pun by calling it ‘Sanguelac’, meaning ‘Blood lake’. It was then shortened to Senlac in Norman History books and in the Domesday book.

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