1442–83, king of England 1461–70, 1471–1483: 1st king of the house of York.
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How to use Edward IV in a sentence
The first Jew to be knighted, he was also a close and trusted friend of Edward IV, as well as of Richard.
The massive wall which forms a corner of the green yard is a bastion of the city wall in the time of Edward IV.Milton's England | Lucia Ames Mead
It continued, with the half and quarter noble, to be the only gold coin till the angels of Edward IV.The Book of Curiosities | I. Platts
In violent and revolutionary seasons, such as the commencement of Edward IV.
We can only say that it may have continued without remonstrance in the reign of Edward IV.
The system of prohibiting the import of foreign wrought goods was acted upon very extensively in Edward IV.
British Dictionary definitions for Edward IV
1442–83, king of England (1461–70; 1471–83); son of Richard, duke of York. He defeated Henry VI in the Wars of the Roses and became king (1461). In 1470 Henry was restored to the throne, but Edward recovered the crown by his victory at Tewkesbury
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