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Violante of Hungary, Queen consort of Aragon
Violante of Hungary, Queen consort of Aragon
 
 
802
Virginia Newton Page
Virginia Newton Page
 
 
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Vitre, France
Vitre, France
 
 
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Vladimir I \'the Great\' of Polatsk and Ragneda
Vladimir I \'the Great\' of Polatsk and Ragneda
 
 
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Wales c 1217
Wales c 1217
 
 
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Wales flag
Wales flag
 
 
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Wales, UK map
Wales, UK map
 
 
808
Welf
Welf
 
 
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west Francia in the 10th century
west Francia in the 10th century
 
 
810
West Slavs, Pomeranians
West Slavs, Pomeranians
The Pomeranians (German: Pomoranen; Kashubian: Pòmòrzónie; Polish: Pomorzanie) were a group of West Slavic tribes who lived along the shore of the Baltic Sea between the mouths of the Oder and Vistula Rivers (the latter Farther Pomerania and Pomerelia). They spoke the Pomeranian language belonging to the Lechitic branch of the West Slavic language family. 
 
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West Sussex, England
West Sussex, England
 
 
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Westover Plantation
Westover Plantation
 
 
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Westover Plantation
Westover Plantation
 
 
814
White Ship disaster
White Ship disaster
was a vessel that sank in the English Channel near the Normandy coast off Barfleur, on 25 November 1120. Only one of those aboard survived.[1] Those who drowned included William Adelin, the only legitimate son and heir of King Henry I of England, his half-sister Matilda, and his half-brother Richard. William Adelin\'s death led to a succession crisis and a period of civil war in England known as the Anarchy. 
 
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Wigmore Castle
Wigmore Castle
Founded after the Norman Conquest, probably c 1070, by William FitzOsbern. Later William I seized it and gave it to Ralph de Mortimer. 
 
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Wigmore Castle in the Welsh Marches of England
Wigmore Castle in the Welsh Marches of England
 
 
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Wigmore Castle reconstruction
Wigmore Castle reconstruction
 
 
818
Willa of Tuscany
Willa of Tuscany
 
 
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William Byrd II
William Byrd II
 
 
820
William De Braose hanged
William De Braose hanged
 
 
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William De Braose the Younger
William De Braose the Younger
 
 
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William de Briwere
William de Briwere
 
 
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William de Cantelupe arms
William de Cantelupe arms
 
 
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William II Longespee
William II Longespee
 
 
825
William III of Briouze 4th Lord of Bramber
William III of Briouze 4th Lord of Bramber
 
 
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William III of Holland and Hainault
William III of Holland and Hainault
 
 
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William Longespee, 3rd Earl of Salisbury
William Longespee, 3rd Earl of Salisbury
 
 
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William Marshal
William Marshal
William Marshal, 1st earl of Pembroke, also called William the Marshal, was an English aristocrat and statesman. He has been described as the 'greatest knight that ever lived' (by Stephen Langton, archbishop of Canterbury, 1150-1228). 
 
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William Marshall
William Marshall
 
 
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William Marshall, the Greatest Knight
William Marshall, the Greatest Knight
 
 
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William or Guillaume D'Aquitaine
William or Guillaume D"Aquitaine
 
 
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William Randolph Coat of Arms
William Randolph Coat of Arms
 
 
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William Randolph of Turkey Island
William Randolph of Turkey Island
He moved to Virginia sometime between 1669 and 1673, and married Mary Isham (ca. 1659 – 29 December 1735) a few years later.[1][2] His descendants include many prominent individuals including Thomas Jefferson, John Marshall, Paschal Beverly Randolph, Robert E. Lee,[3] Peyton Randolph, Edmund Randolph, John Randolph of Roanoke, George W. Randolph, and Edmund Ruffin. Genealogists have taken an interest in him for his progeny\'s many marital alliances, referring to him and Mary Isham as \"the Adam and Eve of Virginia\". 
 
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William the Conquerer
William the Conquerer
 
 
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William the Conquerer the Bayeux Tapestry
William the Conquerer the Bayeux Tapestry
 
 
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William the Conqueror fighting the men of Dinan in 1066
William the Conqueror fighting the men of Dinan in 1066
Bayeaux Tapestry 
 
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William \'the Lion\' King of Scots
William \'the Lion\' King of Scots
 
 
838
Wormsgau, Germany
Wormsgau, Germany
The Wormsgau (Latin: pagus wormatiensis) was a medieval county in the East Frankish (German) stem duchy of Franconia, comprising the surroundings of the city of Worms and further territories on the left bank of the Upper Rhine river. Together with the neighbouring Nahegau and Speyergau, it belonged to the central Rhenish Franconian possessions of the Imperial Salian dynasty. 
 
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X; this line uneventful
X; this line uneventful
 
 
840
Yarislov I \'the Wise\'
Yarislov I \'the Wise\'
 
 
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Ziemomysl, Duke of the Polans
Ziemomysl, Duke of the Polans
 
 
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Zoltan, Prince of Hungary 907-950
Zoltan, Prince of Hungary 907-950
 
 
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Æthelflæd, Lady of the Mercians (c. 870 – 12 June 918)
Æthelflæd, Lady of the Mercians (c. 870 – 12 June 918)
Æthelflæd then ruled Mercia as Lady of the Mercians. The accession of a female ruler in Mercia is described by the historian Ian Walker as \"one of the most unique events in early medieval history\". 
 

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