King Richard II of England and his patron saints th century The reign of Richard II was characterised by intermittent periods of tension between the king and the barons In he was captured at Flint Castle in Wales before being taken to the Tower of London where he was forced to abdicate by Henry Bolingbroke who declared himself King Henry IV Richard was then imprisoned in Pontefract Castle where he either starved to death or was murdered early in An illustration from A Short History of the English People by J R Green illustrated edition Volume II Macmillan and Co London New York
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