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  1. Aymer de Valence, II conde de Pembroke (c. 1275 – 23 de junio de 1324) un noble francoinglés. Aunque su vida transcurrió en Inglaterra, tenía fuertes vínculos con la familia real francesa. Fue uno de los hombres más poderosos y ricos de su época, y jugó un papel destacado en los conflictos entre Eduardo II de Inglaterra y Tomás de ...

  2. Aymer de Valence, 2nd Earl of Pembroke ( c. 1270 – 23 June 1324) was an Anglo-French nobleman. Though primarily active in England, he also had strong connections with the French royal house.

  3. Aymer de Valence, II conde de Pembroke (c. 1275 – 23 de junio de 1324) un noble francoinglés. Aunque su vida transcurrió en Inglaterra, tenía fuertes vínculos con la familia real francesa. Fue uno de los hombres más poderosos y ricos de su época, y jugó un papel destacado en los conflictos entre Eduardo II de Inglaterra y Tomás de ...

  4. Hace 1 día · William and Aymer de Valence. Soldier and Philanthropist. William de Valence, Lord of Pembroke and Wexford was a half brother of Henry III, being the son of Hugh de Lusignan, Comte de la Marche and Isabella of Angouleme, widow of King John. Valence near Lusignan in France was probably his birthplace. In 1247 William and two of his ...

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  5. This chapter focuses on the lands held by Aymer de Valence, indicating their location and their value. The lands forming Aymer's earldom bore little relation to those held by the Marshal Earls of Pembroke.

  6. 8 de jun. de 2018 · Valence, Aymer de, earl of Pembroke (c.1270–1324). Valence's father William was a half-brother of Henry III, being a son of John's widow Isabella by her second marriage, and came to England in 1247. He fought on the king's side in the baronial wars and commanded against the Welsh in the 1280s.

  7. In 1307 he was recognized as earl of Pembroke by virtue of his mother, a granddaughter of William Marshal, earl of Pembroke (d. 1219). In Edward II's reign he was at first an Ordainer but switched to the king's side after the murder of Gaveston, who was seized from his custody.