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The position of the Roode en Witte roos in the saga of King Richard III.
Lambert van den Bos
|Other titles||Roode en Witte Roos.|
|Statement||By Oscar James Campbell. Madison, 1919.|
|Series||University of Wisconsin studies in language and literature,, no. 5|
|Contributions||Campbell, Oscar James, 1875-1970, ed.|
|LC Classifications||PT5607.B7 R6 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||72131494|
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Position of the Roode en Witte roos in the saga of King Richard III. Madison, (OCoLC) Named Person: Richard, King of England; Richard, King of England: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Lambert van den Bos; Oscar James Campbell.
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Name: King Richard I The Lion Heart Born: September 8, at Beaumont Place, Oxford Parents: Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine Relation to Elizabeth II: 21st great-granduncle House of: Angevin Ascended to the throne: July 6, aged 31 years Crowned: 2/3 September, at Westminster Abbey Married: Berengaria, Daughter of Sancho V of Navarre Children: Two illegitimate sons.King Richard III, the English monarch who died during the War of the Roses in the 15th century -- and uttered the words “Now is the winter of our discontent” in Shakespeare’s famous play.The king at the time was the Lancastrian Henry VI.
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