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Edward “The Black Prince” Plantagenet (1330-1376)...
Edward "The Black Prince" Plantagenet was born June 15, 1330 in Woodstock, West Oxfordshire, England and died June 8, 1376 (45) in Westminster, Greater London, England. He is buried at Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England. Cause of death: Infectious Diarrhea
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King Henry became increasingly ill in 1270. Meanwhile, his son Edward was leading the Eighth Crusade along with Louis IX of France. King Henry soon slightly recovered but was never in the same since. Two years later, he passed away, leaving is son Edward the throne. He was buried in Westminster Abbey at his request, however in 1292, his heart was removed from his body and placed in Fontevraud Abbey with his Angevin relatives.
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Enclosed Garden with Calvary and Hunt of the Unicorn
Enclosed Garden with Calvary and Hunt of the Unicorn - Museum Hof ​​van Busleyden | Museum in Mechelen
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The surprising Viking origin of Normandy
The surprising Viking origin of Normandy - BBC Reel
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The Eleanor Crosses - Great North Road
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Have we got Ancient Egypt's mummies all wrong? - NewsBreak
Have we got Ancient Egypt's mummies all wrong?
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Richard II and Anne of Bohemia | Westminster Abbey
Richard was crowned in Westminster Abbey on 16th July 1377 aged 10. He married Anne daughter of Emperor Charles IV of Bohemia in January 1382 and both are buried in the Abbey.
This is not, I should say, a mandate to start slaughtering archbishops; hanging, drawing and quartering your enemies or sticking your wife in a dungeon. But it’s pretty cool, all the same. Popular, Witches, Country, Halloween, Salem Witch Trials, Witch Trials, Salem Witch, Paganism
5 things you (probably) didn’t know about the Plantagenets
This is not, I should say, a mandate to start slaughtering archbishops; hanging, drawing and quartering your enemies or sticking your wife in a dungeon. But it’s pretty cool, all the same.
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The Plantagenet royal dynasty: England's ultimate family drama
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Uta of Naumburg
The most beautiful woman of the German middle ages