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Child King Gallery

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Choose from 6 pictures in our Child King collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Louis XVII, (1785-1795), c1830. Creator: Francois-Seraphin Delpech
Louis XVII, (1785-1795), c1830. Creator: Francois-Seraphin Delpech
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Peter the Great (1672-1725), 19th century
Peter the Great (1672-1725), 19th century
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Edward VI, keeping his Diary, 1897.Artist: Frances Brundage
Edward VI, keeping his Diary, 1897.Artist: Frances Brundage
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Henry VI, the Baby King, 1897.Artist: Frances Brundage
Henry VI, the Baby King, 1897.Artist: Frances Brundage
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Coronation of Henry III, 1897.Artist: Frances Brundage
Coronation of Henry III, 1897.Artist: Frances Brundage
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The barons enforcing their rights from King Henry III (1207-1272)
The barons enforcing their rights from King Henry III (1207-1272)
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The barons enforcing their rights from King Henry III (1207-1272)

The barons enforcing their rights from King Henry III (1207-1272). Henry III ruled England for fifty-six years from 1216 to his death. Medieval English monarchs did not use numbers after their names, and his contemporaries knew him as Henry of Winchester. He was the first child king in England since the Norman Conquest. Despite his long reign, his personal accomplishments were slim and he was a political and military failure. England, however, prospered during his century and his greatest monument is Westminster, which he made the seat of his government, and where he expanded the abbey as a shrine to Edward the Confessor. From Cassell's Illustrated History of England

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