Henry VI

Henry VI may refer to:

  • Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor (1165–1197).
  • Henry VI, Count of Luxembourg, (crowned 1281, died 1288)
  • Henry VI of England (1421–1471)
  • Henry VI (play), the series of three plays by William Shakespeare about the life and times of Henry VI of England:
  • Henry VI, Part 1
  • Henry VI, Part 2
  • Henry VI, Part 3
  • Henri, Count of Paris (1908–1999), Orleanist claimant, numbered as King Henry VI of France

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