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  1. Hace 5 días · Henry II (5 March 1133 – 6 July 1189), also known as Henry Curtmantle (French: Court-manteau), Henry FitzEmpress, and Henry Plantagenet, was King of England from 1154 until his death in 1189. At various points in his life, he controlled England , large parts of Wales , the eastern half of Ireland , and the western half of France ...

  2. Hace 5 días · The term Angevin Empire is a neologism defining the lands of the House of Plantagenet: Henry II and his sons Richard I and John. Another son, Geoffrey, ruled Brittany and established a separate line there.

  3. 23 de mar. de 2023 · Written by Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope, who scripted the 2013 Judi Dench movie Philomena, The Lost King stars Sally Hawkins as Philippa Langley, the British writer and television producer who...

  4. Hace 5 días · Some nobles in England were prepared to recognise Warbeck as Richard, including Sir Simon Montfort, Sir William Stanley, Sir Thomas Thwaites, and Sir Robert Clifford. Clifford, who visited Warbeck, wrote back to his allies in England confirming Warbeck's identity as the lost prince.

  5. 26 de mar. de 2023 · With The Royal Touch in Early Modern England: Politics, Medicine and Sin, Stephen Brogan offers a new understanding of the royal touch – the ability of kings and queens to miraculously heal their subjects of particular diseases in 16th and especially 17th-century England.

  6. 23 de mar. de 2023 · EARLY MEDIEVAL CHESTER 400-1230. Sub-roman and early english chester. The 10th-century refortification and reoccupation. Chester and the west saxon rulers, 907-40. The hiberno-norse community. The mint and trade in the 10th century. Chester and the ealdormen and earls of mercia. Chester in 1066.

  7. 24 de mar. de 2023 · The Plantagenets reigned over England longer than any other family—from Henry II to Richard III. Four kings were murdered, two came close to being deposed, and the last—and most notorious, Richard III— was killed in a battle by rebels. Shakespeare wrote plays about six of them, further entrenching them in