Exeter, Duke of


Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses. . 2001.

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  • Duke of Exeter — The title Duke of Exeter was created several times in England in the later Middle Ages, when Exeter was the main town of Devon. It was first created for John Holland, the half brother of King Richard II in 1397. That title was rescinded upon… …   Wikipedia

  • Duke of Exeter — Wappen der Dukes of Exeter aus der Familie Holland Der Titel Duke of Exeter wurde im England des späten Mittelalters mehrmals vergeben, als Exeter die Hauptstadt von Devon war. Der erste Titelträger war ab 1397 John Holland, der Halbbruder des… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Duke of Exeter's daughter — The Duke of Exeter s daughter was a torture rack in the Tower of London. Its presence is said to have been due to John Holland, 2nd Duke of Exeter, the constable of the Tower in 1447, whence it got its name. Blackstone wrote in c. 1765… …   Wikipedia

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  • Exeter — I Exeter   [ eksɪtə], englischer Adelstitel, zu verschiedenen Zeiten von den Familien Holland, Beaufort, Courtenay und Cecil getragen. 1. Duke of Exeter war seit 1397 John Holland (✝ 1400); der Titel des 1. Marquess of Exeter wurde 1525 an Henry… …   Universal-Lexikon

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