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 Translation for 'Wars of the Roses' from English to Swedish
SYNO War of the Roses | Wars of the Roses
hist.
Rosornas krig {pl}
Wars of the Roses
Partial Matches
filmF
Stjärnornas krig
Star Wars
anat.
handrygg {u}
back of the hand
astron.
månfas {u}
phase of the moon
relig.
Blasiusvälsignelse {u}
Blessing of the Throats
med.
benskörhet {u}
fragility of the bones
fys.tek.
hävstångslag {u}
law of the lever
med.
benskörhet {u}
brittleness of the bones
kursstart {u}start of the course
unverified ett av skälenone of the reasons
relig.
allhelgonalitanian {u} [best. f.]
Litany of the Saints
med.
njurcancer {u}
cancer of the kidney
med.
bäckenfraktur {u}
fracture of the pelvis
saarländsk {adj}of the Saarland [postpos.]
underv.vetens.
terminsstart {u}
beginning of (the) semester
bakhuvud {n}back of the head
med.
sjukbesök {n}
visit of the doctor
till vänster omto / on the left of
till höger omto /on the right of
med.
maginnehåll {n}
contents {pl} of the stomach
halva tiden {adv}half (of) the time
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Usage Examples English
  • Henry's principal problem was to restore royal authority in a realm recovering from the Wars of the Roses.
  • And in the later Wars of the Roses, St. Albans was the scene of two major battles between the Lancastrians and the Yorkists.
  • Walter of "The Guardian" saw a strong resemblance between Westeros and England in the period of the Wars of the Roses.
  • From 1453 to 1487 civil war occurred between two branches of the royal family – the Yorkists and Lancastrians – known as the Wars of the Roses.
  • Devon has also featured in most of the civil conflicts in England since the Norman conquest, including the Wars of the Roses, Perkin Warbeck's rising in 1497, the Prayer Book Rebellion of 1549, and the English Civil War.

  • In the Wars of the Roses, Henry Tudor took the crown of England.
  • In 1491 Cork played a part in the English Wars of the Roses when Perkin Warbeck, a pretender to the English throne spread the story that he was really Richard of Shrewsbury (one of the Princes in the Tower), landed in the city and tried to recruit support for a plot to overthrow King Henry VII of England.
  • Edward was also the ancestor of the families of the Wars of the Roses.
  • ... – 15 September 1500) was an English cleric, civil lawyer and administrator during the period of the Wars of the Roses.
  • Financial troubles in England following the conflict resulted in the Wars of the Roses, a series of dynastic wars for the throne of England.

  • Malory portrays an initially idyllic past under the strong leadership of King Arthur and his knights, but as intrigue and infighting develop, the utopic kingdom collapses, which may have been intended as a parallel and a warning against the infighting taking place during the Wars of the Roses.
  • Thus King Henry VII used the power of the Star Chamber to break the power of the landed gentry which had been such a cause of problems in the Wars of the Roses.
  • Two battles of the Wars of the Roses took place in or near the town.
  • Roses symbolised the Houses of York and Lancaster in a conflict known as the Wars of the Roses.
  • The House of Tudor, which traced their lineage directly to Arthur, interpreted the prophecy of King Arthur's return figuratively as concerning their ascent to the throne of England that they sought to legitimise following the Wars of the Roses.

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