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Henry V

(1387—1422) king of England and lord of Ireland, and duke of Aquitaine

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battle of Shrewsbury

battle of Shrewsbury  

1403.Henry IV learned of the rebellion of Hotspur (Henry Percy), in league with Owain Glyndŵr, Thomas Percy, earl of Worcester, Archibald, earl of Douglas, and Edmund Mortimer, when he was at Burton. ...
Henry IV

Henry IV  

(1366–1413),king of England (1399–1413). The eldest son and heir of John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster, he was born at Bolingbroke (Lincs.) in the same year as his cousin Richard II, whom he deposed in ...
Henry VI

Henry VI  

(1421–71),king of England (1422–61 and 1470–1). Henry VI was the youngest king of England ever to ascend the throne; the only one ever to be crowned king of France; and arguably the worst, who ...
John Talbot

John Talbot  

(c.1387–1453),earl of Shrewsbury (from 1442) and Waterford (from 1446), chief governor 1414–16, 1416–18, 1418–19, 1425, 1446–7. Brother of Archbishop Richard Talbot and protagonist in the ...

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