Definition of Lancastrian line

1. Noun. The English royal house that reigned from 1399 to 1461; its emblem was a red rose.


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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lancastrian Line

Lampropeltis triangulum
Lampung
Lampung Nyo
Lampyridae
Lamy
Lana
Lanai
Lanai Island
Lanarkshire
Lancashire
Lancashire boiler
Lancashire boilers
Lancaster
Lancasterian
Lancastrian
Lancastrian line
Lancastrians
Lance
Lancefield
Lancefield classification
Lancelot
Lanchou
Lanchow
Lancisi
Lancisi's sign
Lancs
Land
Land's End
LandWarNet
Land of Enchantment

Literary usage of Lancastrian line

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1. The Political History of England by William Hunt, Reginald Lane Poole (1906)
"It would seem that in the lancastrian line Somerset and Exeter led the right wing, Northumberland (whose vassals must have formed the largest individual ..."

2. The History of England, from the Accession of Richard II to the Death of by Charles William Chadwick Oman (1906)
"It would seem that in the lancastrian line Somerset and Exeter led the right wing, Northumberland (whose vassals must have formed the largest individual ..."

3. Europe in the Middle Age by Oliver Joseph Thatcher, Edgar Holmes McNeal (1920)
"... object of restoring the lancastrian line. In 1470 '' Warwick returned to England, raised an army from his own retainers and from the Lancastrian party, ..."

4. Europe in the Middle Age by Oliver Joseph Thatcher (1920)
"... with the stores Henry object of restoring the lancastrian line. In 1470 Warwick returned to England, raised an army from his own retainers and from the ..."

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