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@Henry3FineRolls interesting Treharne saw 1264 as a milestone on road from 1215 towards 1688. #Bill of Rights @UKParlArchives

20/05/2014 21:54

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To find out more about De Montfort take a look at this new resource from @UKParlEducation http://t.co/XF1fQPTWuc

14/05/2014 20:02

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Henry III agreed to observe the Provisions of Oxford of 1258, which limited Royal authority and stated that Parliament meet thrice yearly.

14/05/2014 19:40

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The settement between De Montfort and Henry III was negotiated on the night of 14 May 1264. It was known as the Mise of Lewes.

14/05/2014 19:30

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De Montfort decided the wisest course of action was to negotiate with Henry III #lewes

14/05/2014 11:00

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Henry III and his son were joined at the priory by barons and knights #lewes

14/05/2014 10:30

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After the battle of #Lewes De Montfort's army caused key royalist supporters to flee

14/05/2014 10:15

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During heavy fighting King Henry's army was beaten and he took refuge in a priory where he was joined by his son Edward #demontfort #lewes

14/05/2014 10:00

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Henry III's son Edward had some success against De Montfort's cavalry but made a mistake and the Royalists were left exposed #Lewes

14/05/2014 09:40

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De Montfort's position high up on the Sussex Downs gave him a strategic advantage from which he advanced down onto #Lewes #demontfort

14/05/2014 09:30

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De Montfort told his troops they were fighting for the Kingdom of England and the honour of God #demontfort #lewes

14/05/2014 09:20

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The army of King Henry III was entrenched in #Lewes itself #demontfort

14/05/2014 09:10

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At dawn on 14 May 1264 Simon de Montfort and his army were lined up on the ridge high above the Sussex town of #Lewes

14/05/2014 09:00

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750 years ago tonight Simon de Montfort moved his army over the downs towards Lewes where Henry III and his army were encamped

13/05/2014 20:01

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We'll be tweeting key dates as we approach the anniversary as well as news of special regional activities

13/05/2014 19:09

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