How did the English army differ from the French in 1200?

In the French army of the XII century, there was no interaction of plate cavalry with foot crossbowmen. The English knights are already accustomed to fighting successfully in cooperation with archers (this is how Henry I won over the Normans and Richard I over the Muslims).

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