The Anglo-Norman kings of England continued to recognise the custom, and duly summoned and consulted their great council.
This was its state through the Anglo-Norman and Plantagenet reigns.
There is a whole literature of these romans d'aventure in the Anglo-Norman dialect of French.
But there was always a tendency to lawlessness wherever the Anglo-Norman went.
Before the close of the medival period, a great part of Ireland had been reconquered by the tribes from Anglo-Norman hands.
Anglo-Norman and Celt, feudalist and tribesman, alike were Catholics.
The "half horse, half alligator" was an Anglo-Norman assimilation of a later date.
Perhaps the Anglo-Norman fault had ramifications in the affected areas?
The Anglo-Norman language exhibits certain superadded elements.
My curling fair hair and blue eyes bore token of our Norse blood and Anglo-Norman descent.