Richard the Lionheart

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Noun1.Richard the Lionheart - son of Henry II and King of England from 1189 to 1199Richard the Lionheart - son of Henry II and King of England from 1189 to 1199; a leader of the Third Crusade; on his way home from the crusade he was captured and held prisoner in the Holy Roman Empire until England ransomed him in 1194 (1157-1199)
Plantagenet, Plantagenet line - the family name of a line of English kings that reigned from 1154 to 1485
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His wife was Eleanor of Aquitaine and their two most famous sons were Richard the Lionheart and King John.
1189: Richard the Lionheart was crowned king of England at Westminster.
A Edward II B Richard the Lionheart C Henry V QUESTION 6 - for 6 points: Which of these birds is the fastest runner?
A Edward II B Richard the Lionheart C Henry V D Charles I QUESTION 10 - for 10 points: What is the English equivalent of an American longshoreman?
In the book, the reader will be taken through a journey from the time of Richard the Lionheart and the Third Crusade to modern day Cyprus.
CHARLIE Steel states that Burton ale was brewed in the time of Richard the Lionheart.
The Windsor coat of arms has a somewhat longer heritage, its origins dating back nine centuries to Richard the Lionheart, who chose a shield of three lions to represent the three areas of the Crown, England, Normandy and Aquitaine.
She suggests Jon should call for the help of the ghost knight, William Longespee, the illegitimate half-brother of Richard the Lionheart and a powerful figure in early medieval England.
Washington, Mar 1 ( ANI ): The heart of Richard the Lionheart was preserved with mercury, mint and frankincense, among other sweet-smelling plants, a new study has revealed.
Historians say England has had four gay monarchs: William Rufus (1087-1100), Richard the Lionheart, (1189-1199), Edward II, (1307-1327) and James I (1603-1625).
Even worse, King Richard the Lionheart is nowhere to be seen - and his awful brother Prince John is ruling the roost taking everyone's money in taxes.
A STASH of more than one hundred gold coins that date back to the time of Richard the Lionheart has been found at a 13th century castle.