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“The successor of Henry Beauclerk was also an usurper. The rival pretensions of Stephen of Blois and the Empress Matilda filled the land with bloodshed and terror for nineteeen years. From the north to the south, from the Barbecans of York (Fig. 386) to the palaces of Winchester (Fig. 400), the country was harried by king and baron, by empress and knight.”

Winchester was once the capital of England; see Winchester in the Nuttall Encyclpædia.

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