Richard the Lionheart
Richard I (1157-1199) was King of England and a good portion of France which he had inherited from his parents, Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine. A brave military comander and poor king, he left no heirs to his vast realm and the kingdon was inherited by his brother, John, also of the House of Plantagenet.
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