Here we see two Norman knights [1][2] setting fire to the motte-and-bailey fortified structure. After a lengthy battle Conan finally surrenders and can be seen handing over the keys of the city to William on the point of a spear. Despite William’s success, there was no permanent occupation of Dinan. After the handing over of the keys of the city, Conan was released, but it is believed that William later had Conan poisoned by putting poison on his riding gloves and upon the saddle of his horse. Both Dol and Dinan remained Breton. Of note in this scene is the Christian cross on William’s shield. Best described as a cross patonce, which is similar to the Pattee Cross, but terminating in floriated points.