Coeur de Lion

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  • So we shall hear no more of King Coeur de Lion. Cited from The Prince and the Page, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • Scott did the best he could with his Coeur de Lion. Cited from Thackeray, by Anthony Trollope
  • You remember, or perhaps you do not, a thing I once sent you about Coeur-de-Lion. Cited from Life of John Sterling, by Thomas Carlyle
  • Richard Coeur de Lion, as his name tells you, was a brave and noble man. Cited from Young Folks Treasury, Volume 2 (of 12), by Various
  • Very many years ago there ruled over England a king, who was called Richard Coeur de Lion. Cited from Young Folks Treasury, Volume 2 (of 12), by Various
  • Richard Coeur-de-Lion encamped here some twenty-five years after Benjamin's visit. Cited from The Itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela, by Benjamin of Tudela
  • She was buried beside him and her beloved Coeur de Lion. Cited from Cameos from English History, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • A statue of the wife of Coeur de Lion was once to be seen here, but has long disappeared. Cited from Bearn and the Pyrenees, by Louisa Stuart Costello
  • Waller has also set up his own recording company 'Coeur De Lion'.
  • Richard Coeur de Lion, John's brother, had no known legitimate issue.
  • That of Richard-Coeur-de-Lion, to the right of the high altar? Cited from Rouen, It's History and Monuments, by Theodore Licquet
  • Under another gathered recruits bound with Coeur de Lion for the Holy Land. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, February, 1876, Vol. XVII, No. 98, by Various
  • The progress of Coeur de Lion being no longer disputed, he quickly arrived at Jaffa. Cited from Palestine or the Holy Land, by Michael Russell
  • This king had tried to snatch the kingdom from his brother, Richard Coeur de Lion, and had failed. Cited from A Boy's Ride, by Gulielma Zollinger
  • Even in 1194 Coeur de Lion permitted the town to wall itself. Cited from England of My Heart--Spring, by Edward Hutton
  • Kendal was an ancient place, having been made a market town by licence from Richard Coeur de Lion. Cited from From John O'Groats to Land's End, by Robert Naylor and John Naylor
  • Meanwhile their favourite uncle, Coeur-de-Lion, had died in the year 1199. Cited from Mont-Saint-Michel And Chartres, Henry Adams
  • It was a sort of Coeur de Lion business. Cited from Rujub, the Juggler, by G. A. Henty
  • It was not without great grief and many struggles that Coeur de Lion finally gave up his hopes of taking Jerusalem. Cited from Cameos from English History, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • So help me the memory of Richard Coeur-de-Lion, I have not the most distant notion of what is the matter. Cited from Crotchet Castle, by Thomas Love Peacock
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