England in the High Middle Ages


England in the High Middle Ages

*Norman rule (1066-1154)
*House of Plantagenet
** Henry II of England or Henry FitzEmpress, or Henry Curtmantle
** Richard I of England or Richard the Lionheart/Lion-hearted, or Cœur de Lion
** John of England or John Lackland, or John Softsword
** Henry III of England
** Edward I of England or Edward Longshanks, or Edward the Lawgiver

ee also

*Medieval Britain
*History of England
*England in the Early Middle Ages
*England in the Late Middle Ages
*Scotland in the High Middle Ages
*Wales in the High Middle Ages


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