Person    | Male  Born 17/6/1239  Died 7/7/1307

King Edward I

Categories: Race Issues, Royalty

Born Westminster. Nicknamed "Longshanks". Reigned 1272 - 1307. Responsible for the expulsion of Jews from England. Died near Carlisle on route to a battle with the king of Scotland, Robert the Bruce, at Burgh on Sands.

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Edward I

The sculptor's name is inscribed on the stone below the feet.

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Charing Cross

Around the monument are 8 standing, crowned statues of Eleanor. This is a rec...

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