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  1. Rosamunda Clifford ( Herefordshire, 1150 - Godstow, 1176 ), a menudo llamada La bella Rosamunda o La Rosa del Mundo, fue famosa por su belleza y por ser amante del rey Enrique II de Inglaterra, desde que lo conoció en una campaña en Gales en 1165 hasta la muerte de ella en 1176. Biografía [ editar]

  2. Rosamund Clifford (before 1150 – c. 1176 ), often called "The Fair Rosamund" or "Rose of the World" ( Latin: rosa mundi ), was a medieval English noblewoman and mistress of Henry II, King of England, who became famous in English folklore . Contents 1 Life 1.1 Early life 1.2 Henry II's mistress 1.3 Later life and death 2 In folklore

    • c. 1176, Godstow Abbey, Godstow
    • before 1150, Godstow Abbey, Godstow
  3. Rosamund tenía dos hermanas, Amice y Lucía y tres hermanos, Walter II de Clifford (circa 1160-17 de enero de 1221), Ricardo y Gilbert. El encuentro de Rosamund con Enrique II de Inglaterra, entonces casado con Leonor de Aquitania, probablemente ocurrió alrededor de 1166 cuando pasó por la mansión de su padre en su camino de regreso de Gales, donde había luchado contra Rhys ap Gruffydd.

  4. 05/10/2020 · Known as “The Fair Rosamund”, Rosamund de Clifford was probably born in Herefordshire, West Midlands, England as that was where her family home Clifford Castle was located. Her birth date is unknown but she was the youngest of her parents’ six children. Rosamund’s father was born Walter Fitz Richard (1113–1190) and he married Margaret de Tosny.

  5. Rosamund Clifford Rosamunda Clifford (1150-1176 aprox.), a menudo llamada "La bella Rosamunda " o "La Rosa del Mundo", fue famosa por su belleza y por ser amante del rey Enrique II de Inglaterra , desde que lo conoció en una campaña en Gales en 1165 hasta la muerte de ella en 1176.

  6. 08/12/2017 · Rosamund de Clifford was probably born around 1140. She was the daughter of Walter de Clifford, a lord on the Welsh Marches, and his wife Margaret de Tosny. We know nothing of her childhood, she may have been educated at Godstow Abbey, but it is not certain; nor is when she actually met the king. The rest of her life is made of rumour and gossip.

  7. Rosamund Clifford (before 1150 – c. 1176), often called "The Fair Rosamund" or "Rose of the World" (Latin: rosa mundi), was a medieval English noblewoman and mistress of Henry II, King of England, who became famous in English folklore. Read more on Wikipedia

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