Who lived in Kenilworth Castle?

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Who lived in Kenilworth Castle?

A Definitive English Castle:

Termed as a definitive English castle by Simon Jenkins, the Kenilworth Castle was immortalized by Sir Walter Scott in his 19th-century novel. This castle played an important role during the Elizabethan years and is also a prominent Norman symbol.

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The following persons have lived in the Kenilworth Castle:

  • Geoffrey de Clinton'
  • Simon de Montfort (Earl of Leicester)
  • The supporters of the eldest...

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The High Middle Ages between the 11th and 13th centuries saw a series of wars fought over land between England and France. Explore how such conflicts were influenced by the deaths of kings prompting changes in royal leadership in France and England, the effects of the Crusades, the rise and fall of the Capetian kings, and the adoption of England's Magna Carta.


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