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Lancastrianslocked

(act. 1455–1461)
  • R. A. Griffiths

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Lancastrians (act. 1455–1461), were the adherents of the branch of the Plantagenet family descended from John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster, and in particular those who supported Henry VI and his son Edward during the Wars of the Roses. They are often identified by ...

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