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    @Parliament750 - 05/08/2015

    Here at @GlamArchives for a lecture by @DrLeeworthy about SO Davies http://t.co/9Xcx54Wd3a

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    @Parliament750 - 05/08/2015

    One week until our next lecture with @glamarchives: welfare for disabled people in British coalfields - tickets here http://t.co/0aVfZBIUJn

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    @Parliament750 - 04/08/2015

    Montfort died a traitor but many saw him to be almost a Saint because of his death to the cause he believed in and devotion to religion

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    @Parliament750 - 04/08/2015

    King Henry III is freed and he, Edward and Henry's brother, Richard, earl of Cornwall regain power and take over the government again.

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    @Parliament750 - 04/08/2015

    Simon de Montfort is killed and his body dismembered with his head being sent to Roger Mortimer?s wife at Wigmore Castle.

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    @Parliament750 - 04/08/2015

    Simon fell, crying "God's grace" as he died.

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    @Parliament750 - 04/08/2015

    The Montfortians were heavily outnumbered and had been heavily depleted over the previous months.

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    @Parliament750 - 04/08/2015

    At Evesham on 4 August 1265 they found themselves cut off by the River Avon and Edward's advancing troops.

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    @Parliament750 - 04/08/2015

    Edward had learnt of his plans and rapidly closed in on Montfort's forces.

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    @Parliament750 - 04/08/2015

    Simon de Montfort arrived in Evesham at dawn on 4th August 1265.