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treaty of Calais


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1360.

By this treaty, based on terms agreed at Brétigny in May, Edward III gained Aquitaine, Poitou, Ponthieu, Guînes, and Calais in full sovereignty, giving up in return his claim to the French throne and to Normandy, Anjou, and Maine, and agreeing to ransom the French king, John II.

Subjects: British History.


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