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- n. 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)
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In 1204, King John, the Plantagenet son of King Henry II, and the brother of Richard the Lionheart, lost his Norman holdings.
The book will follow the battle between Richard the Lionheart and the Muslim king Saladin to conquer Jerusalem -- and the heart of a beautiful woman.
Hurt will play the Earl of Pembroke, William Marshall, a man who served four kings: Henry II, Richard the Lionheart, John and Henry III.
The series features the Scottish Templar Alexander Sinclair, King Richard the Lionheart, and his favorite teacher Sir Henry St. Clair.
His rescue of Richard the Lionheart did as much for crew morale as Mitchell’s assurances that they’d be rescued.
The Marshal -- served four Plantagenet kings: Henry II, Richard the Lionheart, John and Henry III.
But how about Ja Nuls Hom Pris, penned by Richard the Lionheart?
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