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When Henry I died in 1135, he left the English crown to his eldest legitimate child. It should have been the easiest succession imaginable, but it wasn’t – because Henry’s heir was not a son but a daughter. In her talk at our Kings and Queens Weekend in March, medieval historian Catherine Hanley will introduce Matilda and examine her campaign to claim the throne...

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