House of Plantagenet
House of Plantagenet
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Celtic Tribes of Roman Britain
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Celtic Tribes of Roman Britain. 50 AD (Love the little dragon, could be BC)
William The Conqueror Family Tree | The Normans and The Plantagenets
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British Monarchs - Normans and Plantagenets
William I de Normandie, the Conqueror, King of England, Plantagenet (1024 - 1087)
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Very good blog on English history, if I do say so myself :)
King William I The Conqueror (1066-1087). House of Normandy. 25th great-grandfather to Queen Elizabeth II. Conquered England as the first Norman King. Completed the establishment of feudalism in England, compiling detailed records of land and property in the Domesday Book and kept the barons firmly under control. Died in Rouen after a fall from his horse and is buried in Caen, France. He was succeeded by his son William II. Generation 31 on family tree.
Map of The Plantagenet Domains in 1154
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Possessions Anglaise avant la bataille de Bouvines
Plantagenet domains (red) circa 1154
Map of Henry II's continental Empire
BBC2 - The Plantagenets (Map of the Plantagenet Domains in 1154)
Les Rois d'Angleterre Les Plantagenêts
The Forebear of the Plantagenet's.
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Geoffrey of Anjou Monument. Enamel effigy of Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou, on his tomb at Le Mans. Geoffrey married Empress Matilda, daughter of Henry I of England. Their son, Henry II, was the first Plantagenet king of England after the death of his uncle, King Stephen. Therefore Geoffrey is the founder of the Plantagenet dynasty but not its first king.
Geoffrey V Plantagenet, second husband of Matilda of England. He was fifteen years old to the widowed Matilda's twenty-six years. Even though they could barely stand each other, they had three sons together, one of them being Henry II. - The royal family name of Plantagenet started with Geoffrey, named for the yellow sprig of broom blossom (planta genista) he wore in his hat. He was Duke of the Normans and Count of Anjou, Maine and Mortain. Henry was heir to Anjou as well as England.
Plantagenet (14th century): Horizontal Braiding, Gorget Gorget--when a wimple is worn without a veil, pinned over hair coils on the side of the head (Fig. 19). Sometimes the coils were braided horizontally (Fig.18). Horizontal Braiding- popular in the mid 14th century, the head would go uncovered, but sometimes a fillet would support the plaits ( Fig. 22).
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Plantagenet (14th century): Horizontal Braiding, Gorget Gorget--when a wimple is worn without a veil, pinned over hair coils on the side of the head (Fig. 19). Sometimes the coils were braided horizontally (Fig.18). Horizontal Braiding- popular in the mid 14th century, the head would go uncovered, but sometimes a fillet would support the plaits ( Fig. 22 Hair styles of the Renaissance.
Early-Mid 14th Century braided hairstyles
Jewels, Hair & Accessories of the Middle Ages
Medieval and Renaissance hairstyles.
Signet ring of Edward III (The Black Prince), gold and ruby. English, 3rd quarter of the 14th C.
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Signet ring of Edward III (The Black Prince). Gold and ruby. English, 3rd quarter of the 14th century.
ring, signet (said to be the Black Prince's), gold and ruby, English, 3rd quarter of the 14th c. (Louvre OA9597)
Enamelled ring with a ruby called the Black Prince's ring, c. 1330-1370
Born: 15-Jun-1330 Birthplace: Woodstock, England Died: 8-Jun-1376 Location of death: Westminster, England Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England
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Edward the Black Prince, so called because of the color of his armor. D. 1376, buried in Canterbury Cathedral. Usually depicted with a beard.
Queen Margaret of Anjou and King Henry VI only had one child, Edward of Wistminster. He was the Lrince of Wales. Edward was killed at the Battle of Tewkesbury, which made him the only heir of the English throne ever to die in battle. he died the same year as his father, King Henry IV, in 1471
House House of Plantagenet Father Edward I of England Mother Eleanor of Castile Born 25 April 1284 Caernarfon Castle, Gwynedd Died 21 September 1327 (aged 43) Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire Burial Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire
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Malcolm III Canmore, (born c. 1031—died Nov. 13, 1093, near Alnwick, Northumberland, Eng.), king of Scotland from 1058 to 1093, founder of the dynasty that consolidated royal power in the Scottish kingdom.
Edward II of England, from Cassell's History of England, Century Edition, page 365 - published circa 1902
Edward II (reigned 1307-1327). He was the sixth Plantagenet king and his reign was considered by some to be disastrous for England, marked by alleged incompetence, political squabbling and military defeats. His army was devastatingly defeated at Bannockburn, freeing Scotland from English control and allowing Scottish forces to raid unchecked throughout the north of England. In addition to these disasters, Edward II is remembered for his death in Berkeley Castle, allegedly by murder.
King Edward II (1307-1327). After his defeat at Bannockburn by Robert the Bruce of Scotland in 1314, he was dethroned and imprisoned by his wife, Queen Isabella and her lover, Roger Mortimer. After Mortimer's execution, rumors began to stir about Edward's death with many suspecting he was murdered in Berkeley Castle. One famous rumor was that he was murdered by having a red-hot iron inserted into his anus. However no proof was found.
House of: Plantagenet Ascended to the throne: November 20, 1272 aged 33 years Crowned: August 19, 1274 at Westminster Abbey Married: (1) Eleanor, Daughter of Ferdinand III of Castile, (2) Margaret, Daughter of Philip III of France Children: Six sons including Edward II,and twelve daughters Died: July 7, 1307 at Burgh-by-Sands, Nr Carlisle, Cumbria, aged 68 years, and 19 days
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edward plantagenet king of england Longshanks
In Act 1, Scene 2, Claudius makes a speech announcing his marriage to his former sister-in-law and the threat of an attack from Fortinbras. In his monologue, Claudius employs the use of the "royal we" to win over the people of Denmark. He uses phrases like "our dear brother's death" and "we with wisest sorrow."
King Edward I of England (House of: Plantagenet) ascended to the throne: 20 November 1272, aged 33 years. Crowned 19 August 1274 at Westminster Abbey Married: (1) Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III of Castile, (2) Marguerite, daughter of Philip III of France. Died 7 July 1307 at Burgh-by-Sands, Nr Carlisle, Cumbria, aged 68 years, and 19 days. My 22nd great-grandfather.
Edward I 'Longshanks' - King of England, 1272-1307, known as the 'Hammer of the Scots' and one of England's greatest soldier-kings
Death mask Edward 111
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*The tomb effigy, of King Edward III, at Westminster Abbey. Edward III was 14 when he was crowned King and assumed government in his own right in 1330.
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Death mask Edward III - (1312 to 1377)
Edward II (25 April 1284 – 21 September 1327), was King of England from 1307 until he was deposed by his wife Isabella in January 1327. He was the sixth Plantagenet king, in a line that began with the reign of Henry II. Between the strong reigns of his father Edward I and son Edward III, the reign of Edward II was considered by some to be disastrous for England, marked by alleged incompetence, political squabbling and military defeats.
The government of Isabella and Mortimer was so precarious that they dared not leave the deposed king in the hands of their political enemies. On 3 April, Edward II was removed from Kenilworth and entrusted to the custody of two subordinates of Mortimer, later imprisoned at Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire where, it was generally believed, he was murdered by an agent of Isabella and Mortimer on 11 October 1327,
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Edward II (1284 - 1327). Prince of Wales from 1301 until he became king in 1307. He was the first heir to be called the Prince of Wales; he was brutally murdered at Berkeley Castle in 1327.
EDWARD II PLANTAGENET got the throne at the age of 23 years. He was the 6th Plantagenet king, in a line that began with the reign of Henry II.Between the strong reigns of his father Edward I and son Edward III, the reign of Edward II was considered to be disastrous for England, marked by alleged incompetence, political squabbling and military defeats. Hated by his wife Isabella, daughter of Philip IV of France,as he was bisexual,he was murdered at the age of 43 by her and her lover Mortimer.
Henry VI of England House House of Lancaster Father Henry IV of England Mother Mary de Bohun Born 1386 Monmouth, Wales Died 31 August 1422 (aged 35-36) Château de Vincennes, France Burial Westminster Abbey, London
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21st March 1413 - Henry V becomes King of England. http://www.luminarium.org/encyclopedia/henry5.htm
King Henry V was born on this day 16th September, 1387, at Monmouth Castle. He went on to win the Battle of Agincourt against the French on St Crispin's Day
King Henry IV Father Antoine of Navarre Mother Jeanne III of Navarre Born 13 December 1553 Pau, Kingdom of Navarre (Lower Navarre) Died 14 May 1610 (aged 56) Paris, France Burial Saint Denis Basilica, France
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King Henry IV (1399 – 1413) Plantagenet Of Lancaster Born: April 4, 1366 at Bolingbroke Castle, Lincolnshire Parents: John of Gaunt and Blanche of Lancaster House of: Lancaster
19th August 1399 - King Richard II of England surrenders to his cousin Henry http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/henry_iv_king.shtml
Henry 'Bolingbroke' was the son of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. Became King Henry IV of England - by deposition of his cousin King Richard II. Not a bad portrait for the time, but he clearly didn't employ artists of the calibre of those employed by Richard
Henry IV (1367-1413) was King of England/ Lord of Ireland (1399-1413). He was the 10th King of England of the House of Plantag-enet. He was born at Bolingbroke Castle. His father, John of Gaunt, was the 3rd son of Edward III. Henry's mother was Blanche, heiress to the Lamcaster estates; thus he became the 1st King of England from the Lancaster branch of the Plantagenets; ascended to the throne in 9/1399; succeeded by his son Henry V
House House of Plantagenet Father Edward, the Black Prince Mother Joan of Kent Born 6 January 1367 Bordeaux, Principality of Aquitaine Died c. 14 February 1400 (aged 33) Pontefract Castle, West Yorkshire Burial Westminster Abbey, London Signature
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July 16, 1377 ~ HM King Richard II was crowned King of England, , after the death of his Grandfather, Edward III. His father, known as Edward, The Black Prince, died when he was just 3 years old. https://www.facebook.com/groups/260713314096465/
Anonymous artist's impression of Richard II in the 16th century.
Richard II 1377 - 1399; Son of Edward the Black Prince and Joan the Fair Maid of Kent and grandson of Edward III. Richard ruled at the time of Chaucer the poet. His cousin, Henry IV, had him murdered in prison to take over the throne.
A mummified head that’s been floating through private collections for a few hundred years has been identified as the head of King Henry IV of France.
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The head of King Henry IV of France was found in the garage of a French pensioner in 2010 after he was disinterred during the French Revolution. Genetic testing on the head indicates that it is indeed that of Good King Henry.
Mummified Head Found In Attic May Belong To French King (Henri IV) Assassinated 400 Years Ago
One of France’s most popular monarchs, also known as the “Green Gallant” for his allure on women, Henry IV is credited with ending the wars between Catholics and Protestants. Following the St Bartholomew’s Day massacre of Protestants, he was forced to convert to Catholicism, allegedly declaring, “Paris is worth a Mass,” before becoming “good King Henry”. Despite his popularity, he was assassinated on May 14, 1610, at age 57, by Catholic fanatic Francois Ravaillac.
The Reign of Richard II, 1377 to 1399 He came to power as a boy and presided over revolt, pestilence and the outbreak of civil conflict in England.
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Wat Tyler meeting with King Richard II. Leader of the peasants' Revolt of 1381, the first popular revolt in English history. Tyler lead the capture of various places including the palace of John of Gaunt, Richards uncle. Tyler met with Richard II at Smithfield where Tyler presented their demands. Fighting broke out and Tyler was seriously injured and taken to Bartholomew's hospital, from which he was dragger away and beheaded on the orders of the lord mayor of London.
King Henry V (1413-1422). House of Lancaster. 1st cousin 17 times removed to QE II. Reigned for 9 yrs, 5 mos, 11 days. Henry was knighted aged 12 by Richard II on his Irish expedition 1399 and experienced war early. He was wounded in the face by an arrow fighting against his military tutor Harry 'Hotspur' at Shrewsbury. Campaigns in Wales against Owen Glendywr taught him the realities of siege warfare. He was succeeded by his son Henry VI. A movie about him was released in 1989.
Name: King Henry V Father: Henry IV Mother: Mary de Bohun Born: August 9, 1387 at Monmouth Castle Ascended to the throne: March 20, 1413 aged 25 years Crowned: April 9, 1413 at Westminster Abbey Married: Catherine de Valois Children: One son Henry VI Died: August 31, 1422 at Vincennes, France, aged 35 years, and 21 days Buried at: Westminster
King Henry V (1413-1422). House of Lancaster. Reigned for 9 yrs, 5 mos, 11 days. Henry was knighted aged 12 by Richard II on his Irish expedition 1399 and experienced war early. He was wounded in the face by an arrow fighting against his military tutor Harry 'Hotspur' at Shrewsbury. Campaigns in Wales against Owen Glendywr taught him the realities of siege warfare. He was succeeded by his son Henry VI.
Edward of Westminster, Prince of Wales House House of Lancaster Father Henry V Mother Catherine of Valois Born 6 December 1421 Windsor Castle, Berkshire Died 21 May 1471 (aged 49) Tower of London, London Burial Windsor Castle, Berkshire Signature
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Edward IV. The first Yorkist King of England. As the direct descenent of Edward III's son Lionel of Antwerp, he argued that his claim to the throne was stronger than that of the Lancastrian descendents of John of Gaunt. He deposed Henry VI in 1461, but lost the throne in 1470. He defeated the Lancastrians in the field and ruled again from 1471 until his death in 1483.
House House of York Father Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York Mother Cecily Neville, Duchess of York Born 28 April 1442 Rouen, Normandy Died 9 April 1483 (aged 40) Westminster Burial St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
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KING EDWARD IV (PLANTAGENET)
King Edward IV of England (Plantaganet)....married to Elizabeth Woodville, a commoner. Brother of Richard III.
King Edward IV portrait ( reigned 1461 1483 ) . Edward was made king by Warwiick , but Edward soon killed Warwick in battle . Edward had his brother murdered , but the crime haunted the King throughout life
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King Edward IV
Edward IV, House of York, b.28 April 1442 d.09 April 1483, son of Richard of York & Cecily Neville. King of England 1461-1483.
Richard III of England was King for two years, from 1483 until his death in 1485 In August 1485 there was another rebellion against Richard, headed by Henry Tudor. Richard fell in the Battle of Bosworth Field, the last English king to die in battle (and the only king to die in battle on English soil since Harold II at the Battle of Hastings in 1066).
ssue Edward of Middleham, Prince of Wales House House of York Father Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York Mother Cecily Neville, Duchess of York Born 2 October 1452 Fotheringhay Castle, Northamptonshire Died 22 August 1485 (aged 32) Bosworth Field, Leicestershire Burial Greyfriars (Franciscan Friary), Leicester
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It was on this day in British history, 6 July 1483, that Richard III was crowned King of England in a ceremony at Westminster Abbey. He had acceded to the throne by deposing his nephew, Edward V.
Until Richard III the War of the Roses was fought on Darwinian lines Richard III #RichardIII
King Richard III (1452-1485). Last king of the House of York; last king of the Plantagenet dynasty; last English king to die in battle. He was killed at Bosworth Field by Henry Tudor, who became Henry VII. His death also marked the end of the War of the Roses (between the houses of York and Lancaster) and the end of the medieval period or Middle Ages.
Portrait of Richard The Third whose authenticated remains have just been found under a car park near the Bosworth Field Battle site, UK.
Earliest surviving portrait, c. 1520. Richard III (2 October 1452 – 22 August 1485) was King of England for two years, from 1483 until his death in 1485 during the Battle of Bosworth Field. He was the last king of the House of York and the last of the Plantagenet dynasty. His defeat at the Battle of Bosworth Field was the decisive battle of the Wars of the Roses and is sometimes regarded as the end of the Middle Ages in England.
Richard's position could not be secure whilst his nephews lived. There seems to be no reasonable doubt that early in August Edward V and his brother Richard (whom Elizabeth Woodville had been forced to surrender) were murdered by their uncle's orders in the Tower. Attempts have been made to clear Richard's memory. But the report of the princes' death was believed in England at the time, "for which cause king Richard lost the hearts of the people"
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It was on this day in British history, 26 June 1483, that King Richard III took the throne after having deposed his nephew, Edward V. Historians believe that Richard may have ordered the execution of the young Edward his brother after locking them in Tower of London. Richard III is the king whose remains were recently found in the remnants of the Greyfriars Church, under a modern-day car park in Leicester.
Richard the lll shown through a series of paintings of the white queen bbc/history. The White Queen: Elizabeth (NAMESAKE). Mnemonic to remember the Royal Houses of England and Great Britain: Never A Plan Like Yours To Study Oral History So Wisely = Norman, Angevin, Plantagenet, Lancaster, YORK, Tudor, Stuart, Orange, Hanover, Saxe-Coburg, Windsor.
Late 16th century portrait of King Richard III of England (1483-1485), housed in the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Richard Plantagenet (late King Richard III), the youngest child of Richard, 3rd Duke of York and his wife Cecily Neville. After his brother's death, he declared himself King of England by an Act of Parliament that made invalid his brother's marriage to the commoner Elizabeth Woodville and therefore all the children born within it illegitimate. Married to Anne Neville, younger daughter of the Earl of Warwick, the KINGMAKER. Died at Bosworth Field in 1485
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