the Great -One of the nine worthies of the Ancient World.
-Father of the Roman Nation and brother-in-law of Paris and
Helen of Troy. See Roman Emperors Caesar.
Antony -The Triumvir who went to Egypt to punish Cleopatra
but succumbed to her charm. See Roman Emperors.
Arthur of the Round Table -An uncle. See England-Roman.
Created "Count of the Holy Roman Empire" with
title conferred upon all his legitimate descendants. See
IX -Leader of the 4th Crusade, Emperor of Constantinople.
See Flanders and Hainout.
of Blois -Leader of the First Crusade. See Blois.
Boru -King of Manster and Monarch of Ireland. See
of Bouillon- Leader of the Crusade of 1097-Baron of the Holy
Sepulcher. See Flanders.
Bruce -King of Scotland. See Scotland-Bruce.
Capet- Count of Paris and King of France. See France--Capetian.
-Holy Roman Emperor. See France-Carolingian.
the Great -King of the Franks. See France--Merovingian.
King Cole" -King of the Britons. See England-Old King
the Great- Greatest of all Roman Emperors. See
Diaz, "The Cid" -The liberator of Spain. See
I -King of Scotland, murdered by Macbeth. See Scotland.
the Confessor -King of England. See Kent.
Ericson -A cousin, who discovered America about 1000. See
Barbarossa -Emperor of Germany. See Germany.
Healed by the Rod of Moses and witnessed the Egyptians being
swallowed in the Red Sea. See Ireland-Milesins.
Godiva of Coventrytown. See Mercia.
-Mythological god of old. See Roman Emperors-Caesar.
John of England -Forced by the Barons of Runymede to sign
the Magna Charta in 1215. See England-Plantagenet.
John Knox -"The Reformer," the light of Scotland.
Lear of Shakespeare. See England-Aedd Wawr.
Louis IX, King of France -Crusader. See France-Capetian.
Nectanebas- Pharaoh of Egypt. See Ireland-Milesins.
Patriarch of the new world, builder of the Ark. See
Patrick of Ireland- An uncle. See Brittany and Ireland-St.
I, Duke of Bohemia- Elected Duke by the nod of a horse. See
the Lion-Hearted -King of England and Crusader. See England-Plantagenet.
the Dane -Conquered Normandy and established himself and his
descendants as the
Dukes of Normandy. See Normandy.
King of Judah. See Ireland-David and Solomon.
John Talbot, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury -Described by
Shakespeare as "The great Achilles of the field."
Vladimir, Grand Duke of Kiev and 1st Czar of Russia. See
the Conqueror -King of England, defeated King Harold at the
Battle of Hastings in 1066. See England-Norman.
and Frea -The mythological gods of the Northland. See