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  1. Prince of Wales ( Welsh: Tywysog Cymru, Welsh pronunciation: [təu̯ˈəsoɡ ˈkəmrɨ]) is a title historically used by native, independent Welsh princes and since the 14th century by the heir apparent of the English and later British throne. Historically, the title was held by native Welsh princes before the 12th century; the term replaced ...

    • Life tenure or until accession as Sovereign
    • Gruffudd ap Cynan ("Prince of the Welsh")
  2. Charles, Prince of Wales (Charles Philip Arthur George; born 14 November 1948), is the heir apparent to the British throne as the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. He has been heir apparent as well as Duke of Cornwall and Duke of Rothesay since 1952 and is both the oldest and the longest-serving heir ...

  3. Prince of Wales is a royal title. It is usually held by the eldest son of the King or Queen of the United Kingdom. The title is not automatic, but is given by the reigning monarch. When a person becomes King or Queen, their eldest son immediately becomes Duke of Cornwall and Duke of Rothesay.

    • Life tenure or until accession as Sovereign
    • Clarence House
    • Overview
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    • Childhood
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    • Legacy

    Arthur, Prince of Wales, was the eldest son of King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York. He was Duke of Cornwall from birth, and he was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester in 1489. As the heir apparent of his father, Arthur was viewed by contemporaries as the great hope of the newly established House of Tudor. His mother, Elizabeth, ...

    Henry VII became King of England upon defeating Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485. In an effort to strengthen the Tudor claim to the throne, Henry decided on naming his firstborn son "Arthur" and having him born in Winchester - where the Legend of King Arthur originated - in order to emphasise the Welsh origin of the Tudors. On th...

    The popular belief that Arthur was sickly during his lifetime stems from a misunderstanding of a 1502 letter, but there are no reports of Arthur being ill during his lifetime. Arthur grew up to be unusually tall for his age, and was considered handsome by the Spanish court: he had reddish hair, small eyes, and a high-bridged nose, resembling his br...

    Henry VII planned to marry Arthur to a daughter of the Catholic Monarchs, Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon, in order to forge an Anglo-Spanish alliance against France. It was suggested that the choice of marrying Arthur to Ferdinand and Isabella's youngest daughter, Catherine, would be appropriate. Thanks to negotiations by the Span...

    After residing at Tickenhill Manor for a month, Arthur and Catherine headed for the Welsh Marches, where they established their household at Ludlow Castle. Arthur had been growing weaker since his wedding, and Henry VII thus seemed reluctant to allow Catherine to follow him, until ultimately ordering her to join her husband. Arthur found it easy to...

    Shortly after Arthur's death, the idea of betrothing the widowed Catherine to the new heir apparent, Henry, had arisen; Henry VII and Isabella I were keen on moving forward with the betrothal and the pope granted a dispensation towards that end. Henry VIII ascended the throne on 22 April 1509 and married Arthur's widow on 11 June. They had six chil...

    • Geschichte und Bedeutung
    • Übersetzung Des Titels
    • Fürsten Von Wales Seit 1301
    • Einzelnachweise

    Den Titel Tywysog Cymru (ins Lateinische übertragen als Princeps Walliae) beanspruchte als erster walisischer Herrscher Llywelyn ab Iorwerth, der Fürst von Gwynedd. Er konnte eine Vorherrschaft über andere walisische Fürstentümer erreichen, doch ab 1230 bezeichnete er sich wieder nur als Prince of Aberfffro and Lord of Snowdon. Nach seinem Tod 1240...

    Das Wort Prince (von Lateinisch princeps, „der Erste“), das sowohl mit Prinz als auch mit Fürst ins Deutsche übersetzt werden kann, wäre hier korrekterweise mit Fürst wiederzugeben. Im allgemeinen deutschen Sprachgebrauch ist es allerdings weithin üblich, Prince of Wales (wenn überhaupt) mit „Prinz von Wales“ zu übersetzen. Dies ist angesichts des ...

    Bisher gab es seit Edward of Caernarvon 21 Inhaber des Titels: 1. Edward of Caernarvon, Sohn Eduards I. und der Eleonore von Kastilien, ernannt am 7. Februar 1301 in Lincolnim Alter von 16 Jahren, folgte seinem Vater am 7. Juli 1307 als Eduard II. 2. Edward of Woodstock, genannt der „Schwarze Prinz“, Sohn Eduards III. und der Philippa von Hennegau,...

    ↑ Wolf-Eckhard Gudemann (Red.): Lexikon der Geschichte. Orbis Verlag, Niedernhausen 2001, ISBN 978-3572012855(830 Seiten, gebund. Ausg.).
    ↑ Rees R. Davies: The Age of Conquest. Wales 1063–1415. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1991, ISBN 0-19-820198-2, S. 243.
    ↑ David Walker: Medieval Wales. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1990. ISBN 0-521-31153-5, S. 106.
    ↑ David Walker: Medieval Wales. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1990. ISBN 0-521-31153-5, S. 113.
    • 1. Februar 1301
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