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earl of Warwick Richard Neville (b. 1428)

Earl of Warwick, Richard Neville (1428—1471) magnate

Guy of Warwick

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Maurice Warwick Beresford (1920—2005) economic historian

2nd earl of Warwick, Edward Plantagenet (1475—1499)

Philip Warwick (1609—1683) politician and historian

Philip Warwick (1640—1683) diplomat

Richard Beauchamp, 13th earl of Warwick (1382—1439) magnate

Simon of Warwick (c. 1225—1296) abbot of St Mary's, York

Sings The Bacharach & David Songbook (Dionne Warwick album)

Warwick Agreement

Warwick Braithwaite (1896—1971)

Warwick castle

Warwick Deeping (1877—1950) novelist

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Ancient county town on the A41, 11 m. S of Coventry, home of Guy of Warwick, a legendary knight of giant size, who became a hermit. Guy of Warwick ...

Subjects: Literature — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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