Henry V (1386 - 1422). Prince of Wales from 1399 until he became king in 1413. He later married Catherine of Valois and had a son.

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The sword and shield found at the tomb of Henry V. I admire the hollow-ground blade. Oakshott type XIII

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Katherine of Valois, by Edward Hargrave, after Unknown artist Coloured line engraving, 1842

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April 21,1509 – Henry VIII ascends the throne of England on the death of his father, Henry VII.

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Henry V's marriage to Catherine of Valois 2 June 1420. Henry died a couple years later. Their only child was Henry, who later became Henry VI

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Henry V - King, 1413-1422 AD, eldest son of Henry IV, was born in 1387. His military success in the 100 Yrs' War, ending with his famous victory at the Battle of Agincourt, saw him come close to conquering France. After negotiating with Charles VI of France, the Treaty of Troyes recognised Henry V as heir-apparent to the French throne. He married Charles' daughter, Catherine of Valois. After his sudden death in France of dysentery, he was succeeded by his infant son, who reigned as Henry…

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King Henry V was born on this day 16th September, 1387, at Monmouth Castle. He went on to win the Battle of Agincourt against the French on St Crispin's Day

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King Henry V of England married Catherine of Valois.on this day 2nd June, 1420 Supposedly Henry fell deeply in love with Catherine after his great victory at Agincourt. The marriage however was short lived and the two saw little of each other. Henry returned to France to wage war and died within two years of marrying Catherine, never seeing the child she became pregnant with (Henry VI). Catherine went on to have an affair with her Welsh servant, Owen Tudor with whom she had Edmund Tudor

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KING HENRY V - Roll of arms of the Knights of the Garter installed during his reign Art Print

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"Is the Agincourt of popular image the real Agincourt, or is our idea of the battle simply taken from Shakespeare’s famous depiction of it?" (Image: King Henry V at the Battle of Agincourt by Harry Payne. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.)

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