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English Restoration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1147 words)
The English Restoration or simply Restoration was an episode in the history of England beginning in 1660 when the English monarchy was restored under King Charles II after the English Civil War.
The Protectorate, which had preceded the Restoration and followed the Commonwealth, might have continued a little longer if Oliver Cromwell's son, Richard Cromwell, who was made Lord Protector on his father's death, had been capable of carrying on his father's policies.
Restoration of Charles II On April 4, 1660 in the Declaration of Breda Charles II made known the conditions of his acceptance of the crown of England.
Restoration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (402 words)
In the History of England the term Restoration has a specific meaning in as much as it is used to describe the process whereby Charles II regained the English throne after the Parliamentarian rule in the wake of the English Civil War.
In dentistry a restoration is the shaped replacement material for lost tooth structure.
Restoration (newspaper) is the name of a Catholic newspaper published by the Madonna House Apostolate.
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