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Joanlocked

(1210–1238)
  • Keith Stringer

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Joan (1210–1238), queen of Scots, consort of Alexander II, was the eldest daughter and third of five children of John (1167–1216), king of England, and his second wife, Isabella of Angoulême (c. 1188–1246); her elder brothers were King Henry III and Richard, earl of Cornwall...

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