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Death of William II of England
Death of William II of England, 1100 (1864). William II (Rufus) (1056-1100), King of England from 1087, was shot and killed by an arrow while hunting in the New Forest. The third son of William the Conqueror, he was a widely unpopular ruler, leading some historians to theorise that his death was not an accident.
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