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  1. ... somewhat understandable. Richard died at Bosworth..., so ended the House of York, and with the accession... Europe post Roman late 400'sAD and...

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  2. ... king of England October 26 - Alfred the Great, king of the West Saxons November 20 - Edmund, king of the ...

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  3. ... II and Richard I of England both...,and the HUndred ... because the king of France... the Holy Roman Emperor,who...

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  4. ...ruler of Jerusalem in the crusades and the first to take the title of " King " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baldwin_I_ of _Jerusalem

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  5. ...27 May 1257 the archbishop of Cologne himself crowned Richard " King of the Romans " in Aachen;[3] however, like his lordships in ...

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  6. Yes, although it wasn t necessarily the largest, it was the best equipped. Richard the Lionheart sold many of his english properties to pay for it.

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  7. ..., daughter of the King of Navarre. richard went on crusade but did not stay long, andon the way back was taken... the castle of the Holy roman emperor. An enormous ransome...

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  8. ...suggest Charlemage, the King of the Franks. He... the Roman church in his ... II ( the father of Richard I) was an extremely...

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  9. ... Richard III's... at around the same time as well... because the King and Queen of Spain wouldn... at least Roman . Two ...

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  10. ... the Holy Roman Empire... kings in England... the Great... the daughter of Edward... with Richard Lion heart...

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