Simon de Montfort

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Noun1.Simon de Montfort - an English nobleman who led the baronial rebellion against Henry III (1208-1265)Simon de Montfort - an English nobleman who led the baronial rebellion against Henry III (1208-1265)
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It started, directly, in the London palace of Henry III, and was the result of a quarrel between the King and his powerful brother-in-law, Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester.
My Lord King," he cried, "that you be my Lord King alone prevents Simon de Montfort from demanding satisfaction for such a gross insult.
1265: The Battle of Evesham took place, in which Simon de Montfort was defeated and killed by Royalist forces, led by the future King Edward I.
This rich history is the backdrop for a compelling story of two men who unknowingly love the same woman and yet become comrades against a common enemy: Simon de Montfort, the Church's sadistic crusader.
The flags stem from an educational journey undertaken by children in over 450 primary schools to discover the importance of elected representation in the UK Parliament - a project developed to celebrate the 750th anniversary of the Simon de Montfort parliament (1265).
Then, shortly after, in 1265, Simon de Montfort set up a short-lived English Parliament to limit the power of Henry III.
This vow was not to last, for in 1238 Eleanor was secretly married to Simon de Montfort.
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Jed Chandler's analysis of male chastity, medieval Grail texts, and Simon de Montfort is a case in point.
But despite the efforts of paramedics, the pupil at Simon de Montfort Middle School was pronounced dead on arrival at Birmingham Children's Hospital.
Friends left flowers in the centre of her home town of Evesham, Worcs, where she attended Simon de Montfort School.
In one of the most notorious atrocities of the 20-year Albigensian wars in France, Simon de Montfort took the city of Bram in 1210.