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- n. son of Henry V who as an infant succeeded his father and was King of England from 1422 to 1461; he was taken prisoner in 1460 and Edward IV was proclaimed king; he was rescued and regained the throne in 1470 but was recaptured and murdered in the Tower of London (1421-1471)
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The mint of the Emperor Henry VI was established at Bologna in 1194, and nearly all of the coins struck there bear the motto BONONIA DOCET, or
Henry VI gave 23 manuscripts to All Souls College (1440).
After the second banquet, served on the same black marble table upon which Henry VI of England had had his coronation banquet long ago, after the dancing, after the masques and pageants with horses of gold and silver drawing jewelled coaches, and magic boats with billowing silver sails floating on the ballroom floor the torches finally burned down, their flames ceasing to reflect in the thousands of jewels decorating bosoms, ears, necks, and hair.
However Henry VI was connected, King Richard definitely recognized the name.
In 1191, Henry VI recalled the German garrison from Tusculum and, as a result, the town was soon destroyed by the Romans and never regained its former prestige (Lugari, L'origine di Frascati e la distruzione di Tivoli,
Some seeming Shakespearean sites are not Bard-related: soundfury.com lays not on Macbeth but on music, and killalllawyers.com is not an analysis of a slanderous crack by a villain in Henry VI but a compilation of lawyer jokes.