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English Monarchs - Anglo-Saxon to British

Guess the names of every English monarch. Spans from the Anglo-Saxon era to the current United Kingdom.
Includes disputed and uncrowned claimants.
Includes Lord Protectors.
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Last updated: January 20, 2018
First submittedJanuary 20, 2018
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Answer
Alfred the Great
Edward the Elder
Aelfweard
Aethelstan
Edmund I
Eadred
Eadwig
Edgar the Peaceful
Edward the Martyr
Aethelred the Unready
Sweyn Forkbeard
Aethelred the Unready
Edmund Ironside
Cnut the Great
Harold Harefoot
Harthacnut
Edward the Confessor
Harold Godwinson
Edgar the Aetheling
William I
William II
Henry I
Stephen
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Matilda
Henry II
Richard I
John
Louis
Henry III
Edward I
Edward II
Edward III
Richard II
Henry IV
Henry V
Henry VI
Edward IV
Henry VI
Edward IV
Edward V
Richard III
Henry VII
Henry VIII
Edward VI
Jane
Mary I
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Elizabeth I
James I
Charles I
Oliver Cromwell
Richard Cromwell
Charles II
James II
Mary II
William III
Anne
George I
George II
George III
George IV
William IV
Victoria
Edward VII
George V
Edward VIII
George VI
Elizabeth II
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level 74
Jan 20, 2018
Louis? I have never heard of a King Louis (in England, Great Britain, UK) before.
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level 54
Feb 14, 2018
Louis VIII was briefly a disputed claimant to the throne during the First Baron's War, and at one point controlled over half of England. However, after the death of John, the rebel barons ditched Louis in favour of John's son, Henry III. They paid Louis 10,000 marks, and, in return, Louis renounced his claim to the English throne and agreed not to attack England again.
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level 52
Jun 16, 2018
After all that hard work and it's not eligible for points.......
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level 69
Aug 13, 2019
I think you need to allow alternative spellings, and to give the answer as correct if only part of the name is given e.g. 'Alfred'. I don't think you can count the Cromwells as monarchs