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Pocahontas
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Pocahontas

Pocahontas (l. c. 1596-1617 CE, also known as Amonute, Matoaka) was the daughter of Wahunsenacah (l. c. 1547 - c. 1618 CE, also known as Chief Powhatan), leader of the Powhatan Confederacy in the region of modern-day Virginia, United States...
Richard the Lionheart - A Biography
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Richard the Lionheart - A Biography

A biography of Richard I of England, aka Richard the Lionheart, r. 1189-1199 CE.
Lady Jane Grey
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Lady Jane Grey

Lady Jane Grey (1537-1554 CE) was briefly declared Queen of England for nine days in July 1553 CE following the death of her cousin Edward VI of England (r. 1547-1553 CE). Then only 16 and never officially crowned, Lady Jane was first an...
The Devil's Brood - Episode 1  | Plantagenets |  BBC Documentary
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The Devil's Brood - Episode 1 | Plantagenets | BBC Documentary

After Henry II of England forges a mighty empire including England and France, his sons Richard I of England and King John of England turn on their father and bring the dynasty to the edge of collapse.
Arms of Richard, Duke of York
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Arms of Richard, Duke of York

The arms of Richard, Duke of York (l. 1411-1460 CE). Richard, the 3rd Duke of York, was a great-grandson of Edward III of England (r. 1327-1377 CE), hence his use of the royal arms (lions and fleur-de-lis).
Stone of Scone
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Stone of Scone

The Stone of Scone (Gaelic: Lia Fail), also known as the Stone of Destiny or Coronation Stone, is a block of sandstone associated with the coronation ceremonies of the medieval monarchs of Scotland. These ceremonies were held at Scone, a...
William Brewster
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William Brewster

William Brewster (l. 1568-1644 CE) was an elder of the Leiden congregation of separatists (later known as pilgrims) and their spiritual leader while onboard the Mayflower and later after the establishment of the Plymouth Colony. The pastor...
Windsor Castle
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Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle is located in Berkshire, England, and was built as a motte and bailey castle by William the Conqueror (r. 1066-1087). Converted into stone by Henry II of England (r. 1165-1179), the shell keep tower was rebuilt by Edward III...
Domesday Book
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Domesday Book

Domesday Book was a comprehensive survey and record of all the landowners, property, tenants and serfs of medieval Norman England. It was compiled in 1086-7 under the orders of William the Conqueror (r. 1066-87). The record is unique in European...
William Wallace
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William Wallace

Sir William Wallace (c. 1270-1305) was a Scottish knight and national hero who fought for his country's independence from England. Wallace famously led the Scots to victory against a larger English army at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in...
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