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Clarenceux

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Množina reči Clarenceux je Clarenceuxes.

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Edward the Confessor
/ ˈedwərd ðə kənˈfesər /

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Množina reči Edward the Confessor je Edward the Confessors.

Sinonimi:
Edward the Confessor · Saint Edward the Confessor · St. Edward the Confessor

(c. 1003-1066) King of England from 1042, the son of Ethelred II. He lived in Normandy until shortly before his accession. During his reign power was held by Earl Godwin and his son Harold, while the king devoted himself to religion, including the rebuilding of Westminster Abbey (consecrated 1065), where he is buried. His childlessness led ultimately to the Norman Conquest 1066. He was canonized 1161.

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Edward I
/ ˈedwərd ˈaɪ /

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Množina reči Edward I je Edward Is.

Sinonimi:
Edward · Edward I

(1239-1307) King of England from 1272 to 1307; conquered Wales.
(1239-1307)
King of England from 1272, son of Henry III. Edward led the royal forces against Simon de Montfort in the Barons' War 1264–67, and was on a crusade when he succeeded to the throne. He established English rule over all Wales 1282–84, and secured recognition of his overlordship from the Scottish king, although the Scots (under Wallace and Bruce) fiercely resisted actual conquest. In his reign Parliament took its approximate modern form with the Model Parliament 1295. He was succeeded by his son Edward II.

Hammer of the Scots
/ ˈhæmər əv ðə ˈskɑːts /

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Množina reči Hammer of the Scots je Hammer of the Scots.

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Edward II
/ ˈedwərd tuː /

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Množina reči Edward II je Edward IIs.

Sinonimi:
Edward · Edward II

(1284-1327) King of England from 1307 to 1327 and son of Edward I; was defeated at Bannockburn by the Scots led by Robert the Bruce; was deposed and died in prison.
(1284-1327)
King of England from 1307, son of Edward I. Born at Caernarvon Castle, he was created the first Prince of Wales 1301. His invasion of Scotland 1314 to suppress revolt resulted in defeat at Bannockburn. He was deposed 1327 by his wife Isabella (1292–1358), daughter of Philip IV of France, and her lover Roger de Mortimer, and murdered in Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire. He was succeeded by his son Edward III.
In addition to military disasters, his reign was troubled by his extravagance and the unpopularity of his favorites.

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Edward III
/ ˈedwərd θriː /

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Množina reči Edward III je Edward IIIs.

Sinonimi:
Edward · Edward III

(1312-1377) Son of Edward II and King of England from 1327-1377; his claim to the French throne provoked the Hundred Years' War; reign was marked by the Black Plague and by the emergence of the Commons as the arm of Parliament.
(1312-1377)
King of England from 1327, son of Edward II. He assumed the government 1330 from his mother, through whom in 1337 he laid claim to the French throne and thus began the Hundred Years' War. He was succeeded by his grandson Richard II.
At 18 Edward imprisoned his mother Isabella of France and executed her lover Roger de Mortimer. In 1360 he surrendered his claim to the French throne, but the war resumed 1369, and his son John of Gaunt dominated the government in his later years.

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Edward IV
/ ˈedwərd ˌaɪ ˈviː /

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Množina reči Edward IV je Edward IVs.

Sinonimi:
Edward · Edward IV

(1442-1483) King of England from 1461 to 1470 and from 1471 to 1483; was dethroned in 1470 but regained the throne in 1471 by his victory at the battle of Tewkesbury.
(1442-1483) King of England 1461–70 and from 1471. He was the son of Richard, Duke of York, and succeeded Henry VI in the Wars of the Roses, temporarily losing the throne to Henry when Edward fell out with his adviser Warwick, but regaining it at the Battle of Barnet 1471. He was succeeded by his son Edward V.

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Edward V
/ ˈedwərd ˈviː /

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Množina reči Edward V je Edward Vs.

Sinonimi:
Edward · Edward V

(1470-1483) King of England who was crowned at the age of 13 on the death of his father Edward IV but was immediately confined to the Tower of London where he and his younger brother were murdered.
(1470-1483)
King of England 1483. Son of Edward IV, he was deposed three months after his accession in favor of his uncle (Richard III), and is traditionally believed to have been murdered (with his brother) in the Tower of London on Richard's orders.

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Edward VI
/ ˈedwərd ˈvaɪ /

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Množina reči Edward VI je Edward VIs.

Sinonimi:
Edward · Edward VI

(1537-1553) King of England and Ireland from 1547 to 1553; son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour; died of tuberculosis.
(1537-1553)
King of England from 1547, son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour. The government was entrusted to his uncle the Duke of Somerset (who fell from power 1549), and then to the Earl of Warwick, later created Duke of Northumberland. He was succeeded by his sister, Mary I.
Jane Seymour was Henry VIII's third wife, and Edward was his only son. Edward became a staunch Protestant and during his reign the Reformation progressed. He died from tuberculosis.

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Edward VIII
/ ˈedwərd ˌfæktər ˈeɪt /

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Množina reči Edward VIII je Edward VIIIs.

Sinonimi:
Duke of Windsor · Edward · Edward VIII

(1894-1972) King of England and Ireland in 1936; his marriage to Wallis Warfield Simpson created a constitutional crisis leading to his abdication; Also called: Duke of Windsor.
(1894-1972)
King of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Jan–Dec 1936, when he renounced the throne to marry Wallis Warfield Simpson (see abdication crisis). He was created Duke of Windsor and was governor of the Bahamas 1940–45, subsequently settling in France.
He succeeded his father George V on 20 Jan 1936, and on Dec 11 he abdicated. A divorcee, Mrs Simpson was not acceptable constitutionally as queen. They were married in France in May 1937.
Edward was extremely popular as prince of Wales, and he made fashion statements that changed the way men dressed throughout the 20th century in the Western world—soft collars, tweed sport jackets, cuffed trousers, low shoes, the Windsor knotted tie, and V-necked sweaters freed men from the starched look that characterized the turn of the century.

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Edward VII
/ ˈedwərd ˈsevn̩ /

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Množina reči Edward VII je Edward VIIs.

Sinonimi:
Albert Edward · Edward · Edward VII

(1841-1910) King of England from 1901 to 1910; son of Victoria; famous for his elegant sporting ways.
(1841-1910)
King of Great Britain and Ireland from 1901. As Prince of Wales he was a prominent social figure, but his mother Queen Victoria considered him too frivolous to take part in political life. In 1860 he made the first tour of Canada and the US ever undertaken by a British prince.
He took a close interest in politics and was on good terms with party leaders. He succeeded to the throne 1901 and was crowned 1902. Although he overrated his political influence, he contributed to the Entente Cordiale 1904 with France and the Anglo-Russian agreement 1907.

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Edward the Elder
/ ˈedwərd ði ˈeldər /

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Množina reči Edward the Elder je Edward the Elders.

Sinonimi:
Edward the Elder

(c. 870-924) King of the West Saxons. He succeeded his father Alfred the Great 899. He reconquered SE England and the Midlands from the Danes, uniting Wessex and Mercia with the help of his sister, Athelflad. By the time Edward died, his kingdom was the most powerful in the British Isles. He was succeeded by his son Athelstan.

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Edwy

imenicalično ime

Množina reči Edwy je Edwies.

Sinonimi:
Eadwig · Edwy

King of England, son of Edmund I. He succeeded his uncle Edred as king 955 and drove Edred's chief adviser St Dunstan, then virtually ruler, into exile 955.
On the revolt of the Mercians and Northumbrians 957, who chose his brother Edgar as king, he was left to rule Wessex and Kent 957–959. On the revolt of the Mercians and Northumbrians 957, who chose his brother Edgar as king, he was left to rule Wessex and Kent 957–959.

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Edward the Martyr
/ ˈedwərd ðə ˈmɑːrtər /

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Množina reči Edward the Martyr je Edward the Martyrs.

Sinonimi:
Edward the Martyr · Saint Edward the Martyr · St. Edward the Martyr

(c. 963-978) King of England from 975. Son of King Edgar, he was murdered at Corfe Castle, Dorset, probably at his stepmother Aelfthryth's instigation (she wished to secure the crown for her son, Ethelred). He was canonized 1001.

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Edgar
/ edɡər /

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Množina reči Edgar je Edgars.

Known as the Atheling (“of royal blood”) (c. 1050-c. 1130)
English prince, born in Hungary. Grandson of Edmund Ironside, he was supplanted as heir to Edward the Confessor by William the Conqueror. He led two rebellions against William 1068 and 1069, but made peace 1074.

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