14 April Battle of Barnet Late artistic portrayal of the battle: Edward IV (left), wearing a circlet and mounted on a horse, leads the Yorkist charge and pierces the Earl of Warwick (right) with his lance; in reality, Warwick was not killed by Edward.
Roger Mortimer of Wigmore, Earl of March, was the lover of Queen Isabella, who helped her to depose her husband, King Edward II. Mortimer was later executed by Isabella's son who had became King Edward III.
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Bianca Lancia d'Agliano (also called Beatrice and Blanca), an Italian noblewoman, was the mistress and later the wife of Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II. The marriage was conducted while she was on her deathbed, therefore it was considered non-canonical.