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People/Characters: Simon de Montfort

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A Brief History of France by Cecil Jenkins
The Cathars: The Most Successful Heresy of the Middle Ages by Sean Martin
Courts of Love, Castles of Hate: Troubadours & Trobairitz in Southern France 1071-1321 by Aubrey Burl
Daughters of the Grail by Elizabeth Chadwickthe Elder
Dawn of a New Era by Maurice Ashley
God Wills It!: Understanding the Crusades by Thomas F. Madden
A Great and Terrible King: Edward I and the Forging of Britain by Marc Morris
A History of Wales: From the Norman Invasion to the Edwardian Conquest by Sir John Edward Lloyd
Magna Carta: Our Shared Legacy of Liberty by John Robson
Magna Carta: Our Shared Legacy of Liberty (A John Robson Documentary) by John Robson
The Marriage of Meggotta by Edith Pargeterearl of Leicester
The Perfect Heresy: The Life and Death of the Cathars by Stephen O'Sheathe Elder
The Plantagenets: The Warrior Kings and Queens Who Made England by Dan Jones
Political Songs of England, from the Reign of John to That of Edward II by Thomas Wright
Raimond le Cathare by Dominique Baudisnot in English Common Knowledge
Robin Hood: The English Outlaw Unmasked by David Baldwin

Character description

Simon de Montfort the Elder (c. 1160-1218) also known as Simon IV Seigneur de l'Amaury, was a leader in the atrocities committed during the wars against the Cathars in France. His son Simon the Younger was the great opponent of King Henry III in the 1260s.

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