Episode from the podcastThe Kings and Queens podcast

9. Edward I - Longshanks

Released Friday, 3rd July 2020
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Edward I – Longshanks (1272-1307) is one of the most important monarchs in English history. No other king left such a mark on the island of Britain. There were no bounds to his determination and to his malice. He treated Celts with belligerence sapping his own reign of wealth and peace. His reign saw the demolition of the last Welsh principality and brought Scotland to its knees.

Edward I – King of England
Eleanor of Castile – Queen of England
Edward of Caernarfon – the son of Edward I and the heir to the throne of England
King Henry III – The old king and father of Edward I
Simon de Montfort – rebel baron in the reign of Henry III
Llywelyn ap Gruffudd – The Prince of Wales
Dafydd ap Gruffydd – the brother of Llewelyn and briefly Prince of Wales
John Balliol – King of Scotland
Robert Bruce – Claimant to the throne
William Wallace – Rebel to English rule and Guardian of Scotland
Andrew Moray – Scottish rebel to English rule
Earl of Surrey – English commander at Stirling Bridge
Hugh de Cressingham – English commander and treasurer in Scotland
Robert the Bruce – Son of Robert Bruce and later King of Scots
Robert Burns – 18th century Scottish poet and lyricist
Music: Norôur by Alexander Nakarada (www.serpentsoundstudios.com)
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