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St. Edward the Confessor!
St. Edward the Confessor, half Anglo-Saxon King of England. "Confessor" is the lowest grade of saint given to Edward by Pope Alexander the 3rd in 1161. England, Middle Ages, Westminster, St Edward The Confessor, William The Conqueror
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St. Edward the Confessor, half Anglo-Saxon King of England. "Confessor" is the lowest grade of saint given to Edward by Pope Alexander the 3rd in 1161.
St. Edward the Confessor, King Robert DeDene My 27th great grandfather Birth 1030 in Withyham, Sussex, England Death 1050 in Normandy, Kent, England Was his butler - Teresa C. Smith Art, History, Religious Art
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St. Edward the Confessor, King Robert DeDene My 27th great grandfather Birth 1030 in Withyham, Sussex, England Death 1050 in Normandy, Kent, England Was his butler - Teresa C. Smith
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King Edward I ruled from 1272 - 1307. Eldest son of Henry III. Edward 'Longshanks' (so called because he was over 6 ft tall) fought wars against the Scots King Robert the Bruce and was called 'the hammer of the Scots'. Edward formed the Model Parliament in 1295, bringing together the knights, clergy, nobility and burgesses of the cities, bringing Lords and Commons together for the first time. British, Lord, King, Queen, King George, British Monarchy, Monarchy, Queen Of England
King Edward I ruled from 1272 - 1307. Eldest son of Henry III. Edward 'Longshanks' (so called because he was over 6 ft tall) fought wars against the Scots King Robert the Bruce and was called 'the hammer of the Scots'. Edward formed the Model Parliament in 1295, bringing together the knights, clergy, nobility and burgesses of the cities, bringing Lords and Commons together for the first time.
King Edward I (Longshanks) of England Statue, Alta, Fotografia
King Edward I (Longshanks) of England
Edward I Plantagenet of England "Longshanks," Ruled England from 1272-1307; My 23rd great-grandfather Royals, Tudor, Tudor History, People, English Royalty
Edward I Plantagenet of England "Longshanks," Ruled England from 1272-1307; My 23rd great-grandfather
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Edward I, son of Henry III and Eleanor
King Edward I
Edward the Confessor was the second-last Anglo-Saxon king of England, ruling from 1042 until 1066. It was confusion, disagreement, and treachery over who his successor should be that led to the Norman Conquest. The two rivals for the throne were Harold (the last Anglo-Saxon king) and William of Normandy, whose army killed Harold in the Battle of Hastings.
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Edward the Confessor was the second-last Anglo-Saxon king of England, ruling from 1042 until 1066. It was confusion, disagreement, and treachery over who his successor should be that led to the Norman Conquest. The two rivals for the throne were Harold (the last Anglo-Saxon king) and William of Normandy, whose army killed Harold in the Battle of Hastings.
King Edward IV of England (Plantaganet) Portrait, Anne Neville, Moda, Elizabeth Of York, Edward Iv, Historia
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King Edward IV of England (Plantaganet)
St. Edward the Confessor, half Anglo-Saxon King of England. "Confessor" is the lowest grade of saint given to Edward by Pope Alexander the 3rd in 1161.
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St. Edward the Confessor, half Anglo-Saxon King of England. "Confessor" is the lowest grade of saint given to Edward by Pope Alexander the 3rd in 1161.