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English Monarchy. Major Monarch. Important Ladies. Kingly Conflicts. Dynasties. Potpourri. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____. _____.

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She was not England’s first queen, but her many achievements, such as defeating the Spanish Armada, make her among the most memorable.

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While his territory was not all of modern England, this king claimed to be the first “King of the English.”

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“Important” might be a strong word for this would-be queen; she only held the title for nine days.

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Despite her father’s efforts to will her his throne, this powerful empress lost the English crown to her proactive cousin, Stephen.

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Edward II may have been unpopular, but this queen consort might have overstepped her bounds in arranging his brutal death.

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This daughter of the House of York’s marriage to Henry Tudor officially ended the War of the Roses.

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This civil war between two branches of the royal family ended with the rise of the Tudor dynasty.

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This period of English history was chaotic due the war between King Stephen and Empress Matilda over the crown.

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This civil war did not come to end until King John died; his refusal to follow the Magna Carta had triggered the conflict.

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This famous dynasty was started by Henry VII and included his son Henry VIII and his granddaughter Elizabeth I.

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Named after its country of origin, this house ruled England for one generation during the Anglo-Saxon period.

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Created by Henry VIII to grant him the power to divorce his first wife, this church marked the transition for England from Catholic to Protestant.

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Created to protect baronial feudal rights, this document, signed by King John, became a key part of the English Constitution.

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This famous battle, in which Henry Tudor killed Richard III, marked the end of the War of the Roses.

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Royal lineage can get confusion, especially when both the House of Lancaster and the House of York are descended from this son of Edward III.