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  1. 19/03/2020 · Robert I the Magnificent (French: le Magnifique) (22 June 1000 – 1–3 July 1035), was the Duke of Normandy from 1027 until his death. Owing to uncertainty over the numbering of the Dukes of Normandy he is usually called Robert I, but sometimes Robert II with his ancestor Rollo as Robert I. He was the father of William the Conqueror.

  2. William fitz Giroie himself had greatly assisted William Talvas in obtaining his own lands, apparently by force. But William fitz Giroie was also a vassal of Geoffrey de Mayenne, an adherent, in turn, of the Count of Maine. About 1044 William Talvas attacked the castle of Montaigu which was being defended by William fitz Giroie.

  3. Biography. He was the son of Gilbert, Count of Brionne in Normandy (fitz was a variant spelling of filz > French fils, that means "son").Gilbert was a guardian of the young duke William and when Gilbert was killed by Ralph de Wacy in 1040, his two older sons Richard and Gilbert fled to Flanders.

  4. 26/12/2019 · Gilbert Fitz Richard de Clare (1115-1153), 2nd Earl of Hertford. Alice de Clare (Adelize de Tonbridge) (1117-Unknown) m. (1) Sir William de Percy, Lord of Topcliffe, about 1133, son of Alan de Percy and Emma de Gant; (2) Cadwaladr ap Gruffydd, brother of Owain Gwynedd. Robert Fitz Richard de Clare (1119-Unknown), perhaps died in childhood.

  5. Robert de Bruce: Otros títulos: Conde de Carrick (ca 1292—1314), Señor de Annandale (1304—1312) Coronación: 25 de marzo de 1306, Scone: Nacimiento: 11 de julio de 1274 Turnberry, Ayrshire, Escocia [1] Fallecimiento: 7 de junio de 1329 (54 años) Cardross: Sepultura: Dunfermline Abbey (Cuerpo) -- Abadía de Melrose (Corazón) Familia; Padre

  6. William’s father, Robert, died and William became Duke of Normandy: 1064: Duke William of Normandy meets Godwineson: Harold Godwineson was shipwrecked off the coast of Normandy. Some historians believe that Duke William of Normandy held him captive until he had sworn on Holy Relics to enforce William’s claim to the throne of England.

  7. Charles Robert Darwin, también llamado Carlos Darwin en el ámbito hispano [1] [2] [3] (Shrewsbury, 12 de febrero de 1809-Down House, 19 de abril de 1882), fue un naturalista inglés, reconocido por ser el científico más influyente (y el primero, compartiendo este logro de forma independiente con Alfred Russel Wallace) de los que plantearon la idea de la evolución biológica a través de ...