John, Count of Mortain

Count John Plantagenet (a.k.a. Lackland)

John is the youngest son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, and was his father's favourite after his brothers rebelled against their father in the Young King's War. While his elder brothers were given lands and titles early, as the youngest John was not expected to inherit significant lands, hence his early nickname, John Lackland. Subsequent grants from his father and brother Richard the Lionheart have long since made up for that early lack, and John is one of the most powerful men in the British Isles.

Mental characteristics

Education

Educated at Fontrevault Abbey

Relationships

John, Count of Mortain

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Richard I of England

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Henry the Young King

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John, Count of Mortain

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Marie of France

half-sister

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John, Count of Mortain

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Honorary & Occupational Titles
Count of Mortain, Lord of Ireland
Date of Birth
24 December
Date of Death
19 October 1216
Year of Birth
1166 AD 26 Years old
Birthplace
Beaumont Palace, Oxford
Spouses
Siblings
Marie of France (half-sister)
Children
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