Aymer de Valence

(died 1260) French cleric. He was a half-brother of the English king Henry III, who obtained for him the position of bishop of Winchester. He repudiated the barons' constitution at the Parliament of Oxford in...
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Aymer de Valence

(c. 1265-1324) English politician. He was appointed guardian of Scotland 1305 by Edward I; he defeated the Scots that year at Methven, but was defeated by Robert Bruce (see Robert I) at Loudon Hill in 1307. In...
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Aymer de Valence

[bishop] Aymer de Valence, also known as Aymer de Lusignan or Thelmar de Valence, (c. 1222 – Paris, 5 December 1260) was a Bishop of Winchester around 1250. ==Life== Valence was a half brother of Henry III of England; his mother was Isabella of Angoulême, the second wife of King John, his father was Hugh X of Lusignan, the count of La Ma...
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Aymer de Valence

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