5 edition of The People of England found in the catalog.
The People of England
May 1983 by Louisiana State Univ Pr .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||214|
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Born in England, son of [Ralph the Staller, Earl of Hereford, and Agatha. First Earl of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge. Responsible for beginning work on Norwich castle, which.
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