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Richard II | Biography, Reign, & Facts | mapooboligom.tk
Gaunt's son, the banished noble Henry Bolingbroke , invaded England in and with popular support forced the king to abdicate, claiming the throne as Henry IV. List Thumbnail. King Richard II. The lines of Plantagenet, Lancaster and York. Can you tell us more about this person? If you have information to share please complete the form below. If you require information from us, please use our Archive enquiry service.
Richard II (r. 1377-1399)
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10 facts about King Richard II’s reign
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