King of Britain from 1272 to 1307 who have subjected Wales to British rule, built some castles and cities in the countryside, and settled them with Englishmen. He was hostage through the Second Barons’ Battle but escaped after a couple of months and became a member of the fight Simon de Montfort. He released the Edict of Expulsion in 1290, which expelled the Jews from Britain. His dad was Ruler Henry III and was wedded to Eleanor of Castile from 1254 to 1290. He was ruler a hundred years after Henry II of Britain was.