Richard the Lionheart – Ja Nuns Hons Pris

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Richard the Lionhearted was the original warrior-king. The first of our age to be known by contemporaries as both king and knight, he spent most of his life leading military campaigns (the Crusades) and imprisoned by enemies.

Also rare was for such a leader to also be a musician. Though he only left a couple of tunes.

Richard was much-loved by his English subjects, and considered noble and heroic. If you recall the tales of Robin Hood, he is the "King Richard" that was off with the Third Crusade while his evil brother John misruled the land.

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