Richard IV

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Born To Be King (The Black Adder) - Plot
... The episode opens as King Richard IV departs on a Crusade against the Turks, leaving his elder son Prince Harry to rule as regent ... A year later, Harry plans a feast to celebrate Richard's impending return and entrusts Edmund with arranging the entertainments ... King Richard's military commander from Scotland, Dougal MacAngus, arrives for the feast and mistakes Edmund for a eunuch ...
Prince Of Wales - List of Princes of Wales - Prince of Wales As Title of English and British Heir Apparent
... May 8 ... June 1376 Earl of Chester, Duke of Cornwall Joan of Kent Richard of Bordeaux later Richard II 6 January 8 ... June 20 ... November 22 ... June 1377 ... George Augustus Frederick later George IV George III 12 August 19 ... August 29 ... January 1820 became King 26 June 1830 Prince Regent, Duke of ...
List Of Military Commanders
... Second War of the Diadochi 322 BC Menon IV of Pharsalus Greeks Lamian War Battle of Crannon 321 BC Dhana Nanda Nanda Empire Conquest of the Nanda Empire Gaius Pontius ...
1620s - Significant People
... Favourite and minister under Henry IV and Louis XIII Andries Bicker of the Netherlands (1586–1652), administrator of the Dutch East India Company, Mayor of ... of Austria (1609–1641), nobleman, Spanish Prince (Infante), and Cardinal Ferdinand IV, Archduke of Austria (1608–1657), Habsburg Prince and future Holy Roman Emperor Domenico Fetti of ... Italian mathematician, astronomer, and architect Richard Grenville of England (1600–1658), Anglo-Cornish soldier, Member of Parliament, and future Baronet and Royalist Commander Fulke Greville, 1st Baron Brooke ...
The Blackadder - Plot
... in the series is won not by Henry Tudor (as in reality) but by Richard III ... Richard III, played by Peter Cook, is presented as a good king who doted on his nephews, contrary to the Shakespearean view of him as a hunchbacked, infanticidal monster ... After his victory in the battle, Richard III is then unintentionally killed by Lord Edmund Plantagenet Richard borrows Edmund's horse, which he thinks is a stray ...