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  1. Juliane (Juliana) de Fontevrault (1090 – after 1136), was a French noble, the illegitimate daughter of King Henry I of England. She is notorious for attempting to murder her father. An account of these events can be found in the Historia Ecclesiastica by Orderic Vitalis .

  2. Juliana de Fontevrault (en francés: Juliane; 1090-después de 1136), era una noble francesa e hija ilegítima del rey Enrique I de Inglaterra. Es conocida por haber intentado asesinar a su padre. Este acontecimiento se encuentra narrado en la Historia Ecclesiastica de Orderico Vital .

  3. 9 de feb. de 2024 · Known for trying to shoot her father King Henry I of England with a crossbow after he allowed her two young daughters to be blinded, Juliane of Fontevrault (also called Juliane FitzRoy) was born circa 1090 at the Old Palace of Westminster in London, England.

  4. When Juliane de Fontevrault was born in 1090, in Westminster, Middlesex, England, her father, Henry I King of England, was 23 and her mother, unknown mistresses of Henry I, was 21. She had at least 2 sons and 2 daughters with Eustace of Pacy.

    • Female
    • Eustace of Pacy
  5. Juliana: The Rebel Daughter of Henry I. By James Turner. Family was of the utmost importance in shaping the identity, political affinity and horizons of twelfth century aristocrats.

  6. 19 de may. de 2024 · It was unusual for medieval women to kill their fathers, and especially unusual for them to use crossbows to do it. Juliane de Fontrevault tried both, but she missed King Henry I, who was at the time besieging her castle in Normandy.

  7. Juliana de Fontevrault (en francés: Juliane; 1090-después de 1136), era una noble francesa e hija ilegítima del rey Enrique I de Inglaterra. Es conocida por haber intentado asesinar a su padre. Este acontecimiento se encuentra narrado en la Historia Ecclesiastica de Orderico Vital.