treaty of Lambeth

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After John's death in 1216, the supporters of his young son Henry III defeated Louis of France's men at Lincoln. On 20 September 1217 the treaty of Lambeth ratified terms agreed at Kingston upon Thames. Louis abandoned all claims to the English throne and retired to France but was given 10,000 marks in compensation.

Subjects: British History.

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