Geoffrey Chaucer, John Of Valois, John Of Gaunt, And Edward Of Woodstock Grey Plaque Photo

Geoffrey Chaucer, John of Valois, John of Gaunt, and Edward of Woodstock grey plaque - Here John of Valois King of France when brought to England as a captive by the Black Prince after the Battle of Poitiers, was entertained as a prisoner of war, and died on April 8th 1364. Also in the Palace of The Savoy, Geoffrey Chaucer first great English poet, came to dine many times with John of Gaunt, and here wrote many of his poems

Geoffrey Chaucer, John Of Valois, John Of Gaunt, And Edward Of Woodstock Grey Plaque Map


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