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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • King of England (1272–1307) who conquered Wales and warred with Scotland. His Model Parliament of 1295 is sometimes considered England's first full parliament.

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  • noun King of England from 1272 to 1307; conquered Wales (1239-1307)

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Examples

  • Perot's copy dates from 1297 and was issued by king Edward I, when the document formally became part of English law.

    Oxford displays Magna Carta copies for first time in 800 years

  • Perot's copy dates from 1297 and was issued by king Edward I, when the document formally became part of English law.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • In 1290, the funeral cortege of Queen Eleanor, wife of Edward I, was housed overnight at the Priory and in 1533, the annulment of the marriage of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon took place in the Priory Lady Chapel.

    A Message to the Queen

  • I'd always thought that although archery came to its fullest flowering in Edward III's reign, it had already been used to great effect by Edward I, who used South Welsh mercenary archers in his wars with Gwynedd and then took them to Scotland for his Scottish campaigns.

    A Perfect King

  • I'd always thought that although archery came to its fullest flowering in Edward III's reign, it had already been used to great effect by Edward I, who used South Welsh mercenary archers in his wars with Gwynedd and then took them to Scotland for his Scottish campaigns.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Provence, widow of Henry III and mother of Edward I, and eventually passed into royal service.

    The Maintenance of Ducal Authority in Gascony: The Career of Sir Guy Ferre the Younger 1298-1320

  • Here no doubt halted Edward I, 'girt with many a baron bold;' here the Tudor prince, Henry VII, of Welsh birth, visited in the later years of the fifteenth century; and this was the occasion upon which it passed into the family whose representatives had proclaimed him monarch on Bosworth field.

    The Grand Old Man

  • Here the last native princes of Wales, Llewelyn and David, attempted to grasp their crumbling sceptre, Here no doubt halted Edward I, 'girt with many a baron bold;' here the Tudor prince, Henry VII, of Welsh birth, visited in the later years of the fifteenth century; and this was the occasion upon which it passed into the family whose representatives had proclaimed him monarch on Bosworth field.

    The Grand Old Man

  • Edward I, having conquered Wales, took advantage of the disturbed conditions which prevailed in Scotland to interfere in the affairs of that country.

    Early European History

  • Since the death of Edward I, Scotland, under a strong king, had gained by the weakness of the English sovereign; now England, under the energetic rule of Edward III, was to profit by the death of King Robert and by the succession of a minor.

    An Outline of the Relations between England and Scotland (500-1707)

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