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Briouze [Braose], William delocked

(d. 1211)
  • Ralph V. Turner

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Briouze [Braose], William de (d. 1211), magnate, was a landholder of the Welsh and Irish marches, whose friendship with King John won him rich rewards, but whose dramatic fall from favour and relentless pursuit by John contributed to baronial distrust and fear of the king....

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