Revolt of the citizens of London against Matilda Stephen the last Norman King of England reigned from to He supported the claim to the throne of Matilda the daughter of Henry I before usurping her when Henry died in and claiming the throne for himself England descended into a period of civil war Stephen was captured after he was defeated by Matildas army at the Battle of Lincoln in but was freed in an exchange for the captive Robert Earl of Gloucester Matildas most able lieutenant Matildas time on the throne was brief as a rebellion forced her to flee London Stephen regained the throne and Matilda was besieged in Oxford but escaped to Wallingford The conflict dragged on until when Matilda returned to France after the Earl of Gloucester died Eventually in her son was crowned king as Henry II after Stephen died
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