Manfred (12311266)

Manfred, king of the Two Sicilies, son of the Emperor Frederick II., who had to struggle for his birthright with three Popes, Innocent IV., Alexander IV., and Urban IV., the last of whom having excommunicated him, as his predecessors had done, and bestowed his dominions on Charles of Anjou, in conflict with whom at Benevento he fell, and who denied him Christian burial, though his nobles pled with him to grant it (12311266).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Manetho * Manfred, Count
Manchuria
Mandæans
Mandalay
Mandarin
Mandeville, Bernard de
Mandeville, Sir John
Mandingoes
Manes
Manes, Mani
Manetho
Manfred
Manfred, Count
Manhattan
Manichæism
Manila
Manin, Daniel
Manito`ba
Manitou
Manlius, Capitolinus
Mann, Horace
Manna

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