A map showing the major Roman forts and roads in Wales.
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Queen Victoria's refusal to dismiss those of her attendants married to Whig politiciians precipitated a constitutional conflict called ...
Robert Peel hoped to force out Victoria's influential ladies of the bedchamber loyal to Lord Melbourne
Victoria eventually gave way and dismissed three of her ladies
16 December, 1431
Henry VI crowned King of France
The coronation in Paris is led by Cardinal Beaufort. The expense of this second coronation causes a financial crisis
This king imprisoned his mother Isabella at Castle Rising
He was only 14 when his father was murdered, probably on his mother's orders
He was married to Philippa of Hainault