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Richard, who succeeded Henry as king of England, had already undertaken to
go on crusade (the Third Crusade) against Saladin in the Holy Land, and Philip
now did Philip likewise. Before his departure, he made the so-called Augustus ...
al gain, for the many lands that Philip had seized were returned. Nevertheless the
war was significant. First, the Reper- peace treaty of 1303 stipulated that Philip's
daughter Isa- cussions bella should marry the future Edward II of England — an ...
Philip II, oil painting by Titian (c. 1487/90-1576). In the Corsini Gallery, Rome.
Alinori ferred on his son the regency of Spain whenever he himself was abroad.
From 1548 until 1551, Philip travelled in Italy, Germany, and the Netherlands; but
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