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Edmund [called Edmund Crouchback], first earl of Lancaster and first earl of Leicesterlocked

(1245–1296)
  • Simon Lloyd

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Edmund [called Edmund Crouchback], first earl of Lancaster and first earl of Leicester (1245–1296), prince, second son of Henry III (1207–1272) and his queen, Eleanor of Provence (d. 1291), daughter and coheir of Raymond-Berengar, count of Provence, was born on 16 January 1245, probably at the royal palace of ...

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