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  1. Hace 2 días · The mystery of Allegra Byron, Lord Byron’s illegitimate daughter, who died at age five in an Italian monastery, is back in the news. Recent discoveries in the monastery’s archives, presented at the 48th International Byron Conference in Missolonghi, shed new light on her fate. According to amna.gr, Allegra Byron died on April 20, 1822 ...

  2. Hace 5 días · New revelations about the burial place of Allegra Byron, the illegitimate daughter of Lord Byron and Claire Clairmont, have emerged from the archives of an Italian monastery.

  3. Hace 5 días · But here’s why, according to research presented at the International Association of Byron Societies conference by Fernando Valverde, associate professor of Spanish Literature at the University of Virginia and former journalist for the Spanish “El Pais”, it is very likely that Allegra was not buried in Britain, but is buried in a chapel of the Italian convent.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Lord_ByronLord Byron - Wikipedia

    Hace 2 días · George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron, FRS (22 January 1788 – 19 April 1824) was an English poet and peer. He is one of the major figures of the Romantic movement, and is regarded as being among the greatest of English poets.

  5. Hace 6 días · The mystery surrounding the fate of the body of Allegra Byron, daughter of Lord Byron and Claire Clermont, who died in an Italian monastery aged five, is back in the news after the discovery of the monastery's archive, as presented at the 48th International Byron Conference in Missolonghi.

  6. Hace 1 día · George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron (Greek: Λόρδος Βύρων, romanized: Lórdos Výron; 22 January 1788 – 19 April 1824), simply known as Lord Byron, was an English poet and peer. One of the leading figures of the Romantic movement, Byron is regarded as one of the greatest English poets. He remains widely read and influential.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Mary_ShelleyMary Shelley - Wikipedia

    Hace 2 días · In 1816, the couple and Mary's stepsister famously spent a summer with Lord Byron and John William Polidori near Geneva, Switzerland, where Shelley conceived the idea for her novel Frankenstein. The Shelleys left Britain in 1818 for Italy, where their second and third children died before Shelley gave birth to her last and only ...