1. King of the English from 1042 to 1066; reign marked by conflict with the Normans; Also called: Edward the Confessor.
2. Son of Edward III of England; defeated the French at Crecy and Poitiers in the Hundred Years' War (1330-1376); Also called: Black Prince.
(full name Edward Antony Richard Louis) (1964-)
Prince of the UK, third son of Queen Elizabeth II. He is seventh in line to the throne after Charles, Charles's two sons, Andrew, and Andrew's two daughters.(called the Black Prince) (1330-1376)
Prince of Wales, eldest son of Edward III of England. The epithet (probably posthumous) may refer to his black armor. During the Hundred Years' War he fought at the Battle of Crécy 1346 and captured the French king at Poitiers 1356. He ruled Aquitaine 1360–71; during the revolt that eventually ousted him, he caused the massacre of Limoges 1370.
Lake, Lake in Uganda, area 2,150 sq km/830 sq mi, at about 900 m/3,000 ft above sea level in the Albertine rift valley. It was known as Lake Idi Amin Dada, after President Amin of Uganda, 1973–79.