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Henry I (1068/9–1135), king of England and lord of Normandy, was the fourth and youngest son of William I (the Conqueror), king of England and duke of Normandy, and Matilda of Flanders.

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Henry II (1133–1189), king of England, duke of Normandy and of Aquitaine, and count of Anjou, was the eldest of three sons born to Empress Matilda, daughter of Henry I, and Geoffrey Plantagenet, count of Anjou. Geoffrey's sobriquet, which is attested by several contemporary sources, has been plausibly but not certainly ascribed to his wearing a sprig of broom, ...

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Henry I (1068/99–1135) manuscript drawing [sleeping, threatened by peasants (above) and knights] Corpus Christi College, Oxford / Bridgeman Art Library

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Henry II (1133–1189) tomb effigy photograph: AKG London

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John (1167–1216) tomb effigy Worcester Cathedral, UK / Bridgeman Art Library

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John (1167–1216), king of England, and lord of Ireland, duke of Normandy and of Aquitaine, and count of Anjou, was the youngest son of Henry II (1133–1189) and Eleanor of Aquitaine (c. 1122–1204), and was born at Oxford on 24 December 1167.

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Richard I (1157–1199) tomb effigy photograph: AKG London

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Richard I [called Richard Coeur de Lion, Richard the Lionheart] (1157–1199), king of England, duke of Normandy and of Aquitaine, and count of Anjou, was born on 8 September 1157 at Oxford, the third son of Henry II (1133–1189) and Eleanor of Aquitaine (c. 1122–1204)...

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Robert [called Robert Curthose], duke of Normandy (b. in or after 1050, d. 1134), prince and crusader, was born in the early 1050s, the eldest child of William (II), duke of Normandy (1027/8–1087), afterwards William I (the Conqueror), and his wife, Matilda (d. 1083)...

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William I [known as William the Conqueror] (1027/8–1087), king of England and duke of Normandy, was born at Falaise.

William's father was Robert (II), ...