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  1. The House of Plantagenet was the first truly armigerous royal dynasty of England. Their predecessor, Henry I of England, had presented items decorated with a lion heraldic emblem to his son-in-law, Plantagenet founder Geoffrey, Count of Anjou, and his family experimented with different lion-bearing coats until these coalesced during the reign of his grandson, Richard I (1189–1199), into a ...

  2. He is also mentioned in the tragedies The Troublesome Reign of King John (anonymous, c.1589), King John (1593–1596) by William Shakespeare and King John by Richard Valpy, the poem Le petit Arthur de Bretagne à la tour de Rouen (1822) by Marceline Desbordes-Valmore, the drama Arthur de Bretagne (1885) by Louis Tiercelin and the novels Lionheart (2011) and A King's Ransom (2014) by Sharon Kay ...

  3. 1164: William FitzEmpress, französischer Adliger; 1181: Takakura, 80. Kaiser von Japan (1168–1180) 1230: Pelagius von Albano, spanischer Kardinal und Kirchenrechtler, Kardinalbischof von Albano und päpstlicher Legat des Fünften Kreuzzugs; 1308: Margarete von Antiochia, Herrin von Tyrus; 1314: Margarete von Hochstaden, Gräfin von Berg

  4. 05/10/2017 · As Edmund King has shown the earl may never have ousted William d’Aubigny the Breton, an impression strengthened by the terminology used in the charter Henry FitzEmpress issued in the Ranulf’s favour in 1153, when Henry promised to do Ranulf right concerning Belvoir as soon as he could as if it were of his inheritance’.34 Belvoir thereafter descended to the son of William and Cecily.

  5. 21/01/2020 · He died, under excommunication, supposedly poisoned by his wife and William Peverell, Lord of Nottingham.15,16,10 He was a witness where Lord of Nottingham William Peverel the Younger supposedly, "as men said," the one who poisoned Ranulf de Gernham, Earl of Chester, on 16 December 1153.17 Ranulph de Gernon, 5th Earl of Chester was buried in St. Werburg's, Chester, England.

  6. William de Braose is also rumoured to have murdered Arthur. After the young man's disappearance, he rose high in John's favour receiving new lands and titles in the Welsh Marches. Many years after Arthur's disappearance, and just prior to a conflict with King John, de Braose's wife Maud de Braose accused the king of murdering Arthur.

  7. William de Longespee, 3. hrabia Salisbury (nieślub.) Multimedia w Wikimedia Commons Henryk II Plantagenet lub Andegaweński , Curtmantle , Fitzempress (ur. 5 marca 1133 roku w Le Mans , zm. 6 lipca 1189 w Chinon ) – od 1151 hrabia Andegawenii , od 1154 król Anglii , w różnych czasach kontrolował także część Walii , Szkocji , północną Irlandię i zachodnią Francję .