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Cates·by

 (kāts′bē), Robert 1573-1605.
English conspirator who along with Guy Fawkes was involved in the Gunpowder Plot (1604-1605) to assassinate James I. He was killed resisting arrest.

Catesby

(ˈkeɪtzbɪ)
n
(Biography) Robert. 1573–1605, English conspirator, leader of the Gunpowder Plot (1605): killed while resisting arrest
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The ceremony was attended by key executives including Steve Morgan, CEO of Savills Middle East, Catesby Langer-Paget, Head of Savills Egypt, James Sparrow, CEO of Savills UK & EMEA, Philip Ingleby, COO of Savills UK & EMEA, and Sherine Badreldine, CEO of Sphere.
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Kit recently produced BBC show Gunpowder about his ancestor Robert Catesby.
Kit recently made his first venture behind the cameras as both producer and star of Gunpowder - about his real-life ancestor conspirator Robert Catesby.
Harington plays Robert Catesby, the plot mastermind and his own distant ancestor.
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He plays his real-life ancestor Robert Catesby, the leader of the conspirators.
Once you get over Game of Thrones's Kit Harington playing the smouldering and moody lead plotter Robert Catesby, as if he's still the smouldering and moody Jon Snow, it's rather good.
In a gruesome turn-ofevents, two people from the house were tortured and killed for harbouring and aiding Catholic priests and it is thought it was this practice that led Robert Catesby and Guy Fawkes to come up with the Gunpowder Plot.