There was no King who "had five of his six wives killed." Assumimg this refers to King Henry VIII of England, who married six times and two of whose wives were tried and executed for treason, full details on the links below.
King Henry VIII
Answer King Henry VIII of England had six wives - none of whom were "Cathrine of Cleves." They were: Catherine of Aragon Anne Boleyn Jane Seymour Anne of Cleves Catherine Howard Catherine Parr.
Catherine Parr Catherine was the last of King Henry VIII's six wives. Before marrying the King, she had formed a relationship with Thomas Seymour, the brother of Henry's third wife Jane Seymour. She married the King 0n 12th July 1543, having already been married twice to men who were considerably older than she. Henry VIII died on 28th January 1547 and Catherine then married Thomas Seymour, but died a year later from complications of childbirth.
Louis XIV and Philip II were both absolutists, and believed that they should be the supreme rulers of France and Spain. A common goal of the two was to maintain absolute power. Hope this little bit helps :]
The sixth hokage was temporarily Danzo the leader of the hidden organization Ne also known as Root. He was sixth hokage till Sasuke killed him.
Henry I was king of France from 1031-1060. That is about six years less then the date you mentioned. Phillip I was king of France from 1060-1108. So far that is the closest date to 1066.
The Capricious King Was King Henry VIII who tied of five of his six wives.
King Henry the 8 had 6 wives.
King Henry the Eighth of England was noted for having six wives.
King Henry VIII had six wives but this was during the time of the Reformation, not the Middle Ages.
Henry VIII, who's wives were; Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Katherine Seymour and Katherine Parr.
Answer King Henry VII of England had one wife. His son, King Henry VIII famously had six wives.
Answer King Henry VIII of England had SIX wives, and at least two mistresses.
King Henry the eighth had six wives
It was actually Henry VIII who had six wives and that was because he wanted a son but none of the wives gave him one so he either divorced them or killed them
He married twice, his first marriage was toMaria Theresa of Spain, his second marriage was to Françoise de Maintenon. Besides his official wives, he also had a lot of mistresses.