Battle of Evesham

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(4 August 1265)

A crucial engagement in the second Barons' War (1264–65) when Prince Edward defeated Simon de Montfort and rescued his father Henry III. Simon's headless corpse was buried in the abbey at Evesham which subsequently became a place of pilgrimage.

Subjects: Military History — British History.

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