Plantagenets


Plantagenets

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The quarrelsome line of Plantagenet kings, whose history is recounted in Dan Jones's 'The Plantagenets' Photo: Alamy

The Plantagenets by Dan Jones: review - Telegraph

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1485 – The Battle of Bosworth Field, the death of Richard III and the end of the House of Plantagenet. | Richard III's skull

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King John was born in 1166 in Oxford. He was the son of Henry ll & Eleanor of Aquataine.

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Eleanor of Aquitaine 1122 - 1204 The first Queen of France. Two of her sons Richard and John went on to become Kings of England. Educated, beautiful and highly articulate, Eleanor influenced the politics of western Europe through her alliances and influence over her sons.

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Joan of Kent, first Princess of Wales (1328-1385) was the wife of Edward the Black Prince. Their marriage was a love match; the Plantagenet sons of Edward III had a tendency to defy convention & follow their heart. While Edward & Joan never became King & Queen of England, their surviving son became Richard II. Edward treated his wife affectionately in public & in private; his letter to her seven years after their wedding began, "My dearest and truest sweetheart and beloved companion."

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King John Lackland

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King Henry plantagenet 1133

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Coronation of Edward II Plantagenet , seated with his queen, Isabelle Capet

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Yes I am obsessed with the Plantagenets.

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King Henry II of England. Plantagenet dynasty. Count of Anjou, Count of Maine, Duke of Normandy, Duke of Aquitaine, Count of Nantes, and Lord of Ireland. (28th great grandfather on mom's side)

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King John

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John I Plantagenet, King of England married Isabella d' Angouleme. Born 12/24/1166 Beaumont Palace, England Parents - Henry II Plantagenet, King Of England, & Eleanor of Aquitaine John married Isabella de Clare, Countess of Glouscester, on 8/29/1189 divorced in 1199. Liaison & child with Agatha Ferrers circa 1190-92. Died 10/19/1216 at Newark Castle at age 49. Buried at Worcester Cathedral Became King in 1199 Titles - King of Ireland 1177 Count of Mortai 1189 Earl of Gloucester

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The Plantagenets Henry III (r. 1216-1272) Edward I 'Longshanks' (r. 1272-1307) Edward II (r. 1307-1327) Edward III (r. 1327-1377) Richard II (r. 1377-1399)

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White queen. RIVERS. The White Queen: Elizabeth (NAMESAKE). Mnemonic to remember the Royal Houses of England and Great Britain: Never A Plan Like Yours To Study Oral History So Wisely = Norman, Angevin, Plantagenet, Lancaster, YORK, Tudor, Stuart, Orange, Hanover, Saxe-Coburg, Windsor.

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King Henry III Born: October 1, 1207 at Winchester Parents: King John and Isabella Relation to Elizabeth II: 20th great-grandfather House of: Plantagenet Ascended to the throne: October 18, 1216 aged 9 years Crowned: October 28, 1216 at Westminster Abbey Married: Eleanor of Provence, Children: Six sons including Edward I, and three daughters Died: November 16, 1272 at Westminster, aged 65 years, 1 month, and 16 days Buried at: Westminster Abbey Reigned for: 56 years, and 29 days

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Eleanor of Aquitaine (image is as close as anyone can guess). One of the more interesting and powerful queens of the Middle Ages. Queen of France (married to King Louis VII) and then Queen of England (remarried to King Henry II a.k.a Henry Plantagenet, first of the Angevin kings of England). Mother of two future English kings, Richard the Lionheart and John.

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Today in history, 6 July 1189, died Henry II of England. Henry II was the founder of the Plantagenet dynasty that ruled England for over 300 years. He was succeeded by his eldest surviving son, Richard I "The Lionheart."

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