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Mar 16, 2021

[Answer] 5. This Edward ruled for 35 years as Edward I of England. He was also known by another name, referring to his unusual height. What was this name?

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...1. Edward the Great 2. Edward Longshanks 3. Edward the Tall 4. Edward Longlegs Edward I was also known as the 'Hammer of the Scots' due to his harsh treatment of that country (including the capture of the 'Stone of Destiny' the traditional seat where Scottish kings were crowned). It is estimated that he was over 6 feet 2 inches tall which would have been highly unusual in the time that he lived. He was married to Eleanor of Castile and they had at least 14 children. When Eleanor died, her body was returned to London to be buried. Edward ordered a cross to mark the place where the cortege rested each night on its return to London - these became known as the Eleanor crosses (Charing Cross in London was named after one of these crosses).




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Edward Longshanks:


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