Simon de Montfort

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an English nobleman who led the baronial rebellion against Henry III (1208-1265)

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But Glinka, who finished second to Simon De Montfort over ten furlongs a week ago, held on to win by a length from Cavalryman while Campanologist under Kieren Fallon and another Godolphin runner Songcraft under Silvestre De Sousa dead-heated for third half a length behind.
GODOLPHIN had four runners in the feature 1m2f handicap - the only race on turf - and with the Saeed Bin Suroor trio failing to land a blow it was left to the Mahmood Al Zarooni-trained Simon De Montfort to land the spoils.
1265: The first directly elected English Parliament, with two knights from each county and two burgesses from each leading borough, met at Westminster Hall, summoned by rebel leader Simon de Montfort.
1265: The Battle of Evesham took place in which Simon de Montfort was defeated and killed by royalist forces, led by the future King Edward I.
The Group 2 Dubai City of Gold over the 1m4f of the Group 1 Sheema Classic has attracted a field of 10 and Mahmoud Al Zarouni appears to hold the aces with Simon De Montfort, Monterosso and Calvados Blues in the field.
45) is one of the key St Leger trials and Simon De Montfort can force his way into the Doncaster equation.
The Group Three Betfair Gordon Stakes is one of the key St Leger trials and Simon De Montfort can force his way into the Doncaster equation.
Blue Cod Technologies of Marlboro has named Simon de Montfort Walker as vice president of operations.
It last saw action in 1264 at Lewes against Simon de Montfort.
Marvin goes beyond the current idea of the crusade as a war of northern aggression, suggesting that, politics and faith aside; it was the charismatic leadership of Simon de Montfort that directed the crusade.
In 1265, Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, lost his life, and the Battle of Evesham, on land owned by Rudge's family since the 1600s.
Comte Simon de Montfort ou bien la reconquete de ces terres par Raymond
Antes que el, Simon de Montfort habia formado un cuerpo semejante y, de hecho, es a Montfort a quien se considera padre del parlamento.
In 1210 Minerve was the scene of a massacre ordered by crusader Simon De Montfort, who had captured the village after a siege.
In a relief of the thirteenth century, dedicated to giving thanks for the victory over the Albigenses (a Neo-Manichean sect that flourished in southern France at that time), we see the Holy Virgin, Simon de Montfort, and Saint Dominic with a Rosary in his hands.