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William I [known as William the Lion]locked

(c. 1142–1214)
  • W. W. Scott

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William I [known as William the Lion] (c. 1142–1214), king of Scots, was the second of the three sons of Henry, earl of Northumberland (d. 1152), and his wife, Ada de Warenne (d. 1178).

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