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- 2Béla I of Hungary reportedly died when his throne's canopy collapsed upon him. Though not much is known about the actual incident, some believe that foul play may have been involved. For those wondering, he was succeeded by Solomon of Hungary.
- 3After being deposed and imprisoned by his Queen consort Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer, Edward II of England was rumored to have been murdered by having a red-hot iron inserted into his anus. Other rumors however exist including that he was suffocated or strangled to death instead.
- 4George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of Clarence, was allegedly executed by drowning in a barrel of Malmsey wine at his own request. Known for enjoying his liquor, the Duke's body was also reportedly shipped in a barrel of brandy after his death.
- 5Henry I of England was said to have died of food poisoning after gorging on lampreys, a favorite meal. The circumstances of his death continued to be bizarre afterwards with his corpse reportedly sewn into the hide of a bull for transport back to England from Normandy.
- 6Inalchuq, the Muslim governor of the Central Asian town of Otrar, was captured and killed by the invading Mongols. This normally would not be that unusual for the times, however his death allegedly occurred when Mongols poured molten silver in his eyes, ears, and throat.
Martin of AragonMartin I of Aragon allegedly died from a lethal combination of indigestion and uncontrollable laughing. Little else is known about the details of his death, but that may be a good thing considering a combination of indigestion and laughter sounds extremely painful.
Sigurd EysteinssonSigurd Eysteinsson, also known as Sigurd The Mighty, reportedly died after acquiring an infection in one of the most bizarre ways. He allegedly strapped the head of a defeated foe to his horse's saddle, forcing the teeth of this head to graze against his leg as he rode. The ride was apparently long enough to break the skin and cause the deadly infection.