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30,578.  The Jews became the chief source of credit for the King and his Barons ... Edward decided to expel the entire Jewish population from his realm – some two to three thousand Jews.  (England & Edward I & Judaism & Middle Ages)  Professor Robert Bartlett, The Plantagenets II, BBC 2014

 

 

58,296.  On 18th July 1290 King Edward I expelled the Jews from England.  (Judaism & Edward I & England & Middle Ages)  Simon Schama, The Story of the Jews II: Among Believers, BBC 2013

 

 

30,286.  England’s own home-grown Caesar – Edward I.  (Great Britain & England & Edward I & Middle Ages)  Simon Schama, A History of Britain: Nations, BBC 2000

 

30,287.  Edward could be called the first really English King.  (Great Britain & England & Edward I & Middle Ages)  ibid.

 

30,288.  Early in his reign Edward, perhaps acting from religious conviction, outlawed money-lending, and so put most of England’s Jews out of business.  He then forced them to wear yellow felt badges of identification ... A year after his invasion Edward arrested all the heads of the Jewish households, and hanged nearly three hundred in the Tower.  (Great Britain & England & Edward I & Jew & Middle Ages)  ibid.

 

30,289.  It was Scotland that was destined to be on the end of Edward’s power games.  (Great Britain & England & Edward I & Scotland & Middle Ages)  ibid.

 

30,290.  Just as he had ripped the heart out of the Welsh sense of independence by carrying off their sacred relics, Edward now took the Stone of Scone, the symbol of the independent Scottish Crown, to Westminster.  (Great Britain & England & Edward I & Scotland & Wales & Relics & Middle Ages)  ibid.

 

 

66,308.  Castles have been part of our landscape for a thousand years, arriving as a tool of Norman invasion they spread to the furthest corners of England.  (Castle & England & Edward I & Middle Ages)  Sam Willis, Castles: Britain’s Fortified History II: Kingdom of Conquest, BBC 2014

 

66,309.  Edward I ... what followed was a struggle of epic sieges and terrifying weapons to determine the future of the kingdom.  (Castle & England & Edward I & Middle Ages)  ibid.

 

66,310.  King Edward fielded the largest army since 1066 against this prince of Wales.  (Castle & England & Edward I & Middle Ages)  ibid.

 

66,311.  Edward I’s new fortresses had a colonial town built into them.  (Castle & England & Edward I & Middle Ages)  ibid.

 

66,312.  A castle within a castle ... Beaumaris offered him something unique.  (Castle & England & Edward I & Middle Ages)  ibid.

 

66,313.  Castles were enormously expensive ... Beaumaris was never actually finished.  (Castle & England & Edward I & Middle Ages)  ibid.

 

66,314.  This time turning north for Scotland: in 1296 Edward invaded.  (Castle & England & Edward I & Middle Ages)  ibid.

 

66,315.  It’s so elaborate it can only be for show.  A nice bit of bling in rural Sussex.  (Castle & England & Edward I & Middle Ages)  ibid. 

 

 

75,828.  This castle is all about Edward I’s stamping English power in a ring right round Snowdonia.  (Castle & Edward I & Middle Ages)  Dan Jones, Secrets of Great British Castles IV: Caernarfon s1e4

 

 

112,803.  This castle was built by a man whose ambitions were truly imperials: King Edward I, conqueror of Wales and hammer of the Scots.  (Monarchy & England & Edward I & Wales & Middle Ages)  Monarchy by David Starkey s1e5: A United Kingdom, Channel 4 2004 

 

112,804.  But the second Edward, unconventional and self-indulgent, reopened the old debate about royal power; his weaknesses brought the monarchy to the brink of disaster and may have inflicted a uniquely horrible death on the king.  Nor was it all gore and glory.  (Monarchy & England & Edward I & Edward II & Middle Ages)  ibid.  

 

112,806.  Wales was crushed under the heel of a brutal military occupation.  (Monarchy & England & Edward I & Middle Ages)  ibid.