“There is an ancient myth in this feature, that of the ‘true language’, the tongue in which there is a thing for each word and a word for each thing, and in which signifier then naturally has power over signified.”
I guess here’s what you might get if no-one seems good enough.
‘True-hearted Men, they will not be corrupted.’ (…) ‘I am too strong for you, halfling’.
Alive without breath, / As cold as death, /Never thirsty, ever drinking, /All in mail, never clinking.
The Norman Conquest of England, led by William the Conqueror, was carried out between 1066 and 1071 AD. The conquest saw the death of King Harold II at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 and the replacement of the Anglo-Saxon elite as William was crowned king and redistributed land to his fellow Normans.