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Kings & Queens Timeline Poster - A3
Quantity:  2.50

The history of England is a story which lies in it Monarchs. From Egbert, the first Saxon king recognised as King of all the English through to the Norman King William I (The Conqueror). From the Palangenets of Richard I and Richard III and the Tudors of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. Finally we come to the Windsors including Elizabeth II.

This A3 size poster shows the 'family tree' all the Monarchs of England from Egbert who ruled from 802 through to Elizabeth II. The poster includes a timeline down the left side that highlights the main historical events that have taken place during this time.

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