How many English kings died of dysentery?

How many English kings died in battle?

In battle

Name House Death
Harold Godwinson West Saxon Restoration (England) 14 October 1066
William I, the Conqueror The Normans (England) 9 September 1087
Malcolm III House of Dunkeld (Scotland) 13 November 1093
Richard I, the Lionheart Angevins or Plantagenets (England) 6 April 1199

Which king died from eating too many peaches?

King John of England, who had reigned since 1199, died in Newark sometime during the night of October 18-19th 1216, some say from overindulging in peaches at a banquet nine days before. King John had a lot of enemies amongst his own barons and the clergy, and there are many rumours as to the cause of his death.

Did any kings died from the Black Plague?

Even the great and powerful, who were more capable of flight, were struck down: among royalty, Eleanor, queen of Peter IV of Aragon, and King Alfonso XI of Castile succumbed, and Joan, daughter of the English king Edward III, died at Bordeaux on the way to her wedding with Alfonso’s son.

Which kings have been executed?

Charles I remains the only English monarch to have been tried and executed for treason.

Who was the most hated queen?

One of the all-time hated queens, Marie Antoinette

France’s Queen between 1774 and 1792 was Marie Antoinette. She was also the last Queen before the French Revolution. Marie Antoinette had quite a reputation for splurging on expensive things and found herself in many scandals.

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