Henry III: England’s Longest Reigning King | Gone Medieval Podcast

In 1216, at the age of nine, the son of King John became King Henry III of England. With his father’s passing, amid the First Barons’ War, Henry was left to inherit his mantle and all of its chaos.

But how did the young King establish himself to become England’s longest reigning King?

In this episode of Gone Medieval, Matt Lewis is joined by Professor David Carpenter, to delve into the first half of Henry III's reign.
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