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Encyclopedia > King Henry III

Rulers with the title Henry III include:

  • Henry III of Champagne
  • Henry III of England
  • Henry III of France
  • Henry III of Germany (later Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor)
  • Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor
  • Henry III of Navarre (later Henry IV of France)
  • Henry III, Duke of Saxony ("Henry the Lion")
  • Henry III of Castile
  • Henry III of Bavaria

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Henry III of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (661 words)
Henri was born Edouard-Alexandre at the Royal Château of Fontainebleau, Seine-et-Marne, the fourth son of King Henri II and Catherine de Medici.
In 1584 the King's youngest brother and heir presumptive, François, Duke of Anjou, died.
Henry III was interred in the Saint Denis Basilica.
Henry III of England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1269 words)
For instance, one Poitevin, Peter des Riveaux, held the offices of treasurer of the household, keeper of the king's wardrobe, keeper of the privy seal, and the sheriffdoms of twenty-one English counties simultaneously.
Henry himself, on the other hand, was much taken with the cult of the Anglo-Saxon saint king Edward the Confessor who had been canonized in 1161.
The centrepiece of Henry's renovated Westminster Abbey was to be a shrine to the confessor king, Edward.
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