Roundheads Cavaliers?

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The term roundheads was used to refer to soldiers who supported Parliament during the Civil War. The Cavaliers was used to describe a Royalist supporter of King Charles and his son during a certain period between (1642-c. 1680). The word cavalier was used by Parliamentarians.
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English Civil War: a series of armed conflicts that took place between Parliamentarians (Roundheads) and Royalists (Cavaliers) between 1642 and 1651
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Cavalier is a name originating from the same root os Cavalry, from a time when the richest of an army, those of aristocratic background would ride the horses, whilst the common man
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