HENRICUS VETUS

HENRICUS VETUS

Henricus Vetus (hen-rI-k[schwa]s vee-t[schwa]s). [Law Latin] Henry the Old (or Elder). ? This term was used in early English charters to distinguish King Henry I from later kings of the same name.
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