1470

Anne Nevill and Edward Prince of Wales are formally betrothed at Angers.

There is an oathtaking on a piece of the True Cross.

Anne’s father, the earl of Warwick, swears to uphold the party and quarrel of Henry VI.

Edward’s father, Margaret of Anjou, swears to treat Warwick as a true and faithful subject and never reproach him for past deeds.

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