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  1. Berengaria of Navarre, Queen consort of England

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    Apr 19, 2018 · Berengaria of Navarre (Spanish: Berenguela, French: Bérengère; c. 1165-1170 – 23 December 1230) was Queen of the English as the wife of King Richard I of England. She was the eldest daughter of King Sancho VI of Navarre and Sancha of Castile.

  2. 10 Things You Should Know About Berengaria of Navarre ...

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    May 11, 2018 · Though Queen of England for a only a brief time and seemingly ignored by King Richard I, Berengaria reflected life patterns of many noble women during the Middle Ages. Her “voice” and presence in historical records is faint or lost; she was not a powerful, scheming ruler, but she wasn’t really given the opportunity to excel, either.

  3. Who was Berengaria, the Queen of England who was crowned in ...

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    As the legend recounts, the famous King married his wife, Berengaria, in 1191 AD and crowned her as the Queen of England at the Limassol Castle. People have preserved the legend of Berengaria and Richard until today, even if there are no historical evidence to prove that the royal marriage took place in that specific place.

  4. Berengaria of Navarre. - English Monarchs

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    Berengaria and Richard were married on May 12, 1191, at the Chapel of St George at Limassol on Cyprus, she was crowned Queen of England the same day by the Archbishop of Bordeaux and Bishops of Évreux and Bayonne. She travelled on to Acre in Palestine with Richard and accompanied him for the first part of the crusade.

  5. Berengaria of England (1276-1278) • FamilySearch

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    Discover life events, stories and photos about Berengaria of England (1276-1278) of Kennington, Berkshire, England.

  6. Berengaria of Navarre, Queen of England | Unofficial Royalty

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    Aug 14, 2016 · Berengaria of Navarre was the only English queen never to set foot in the country. Her husband King Richard I of England spent about only six months of his ten-year reign in England. There is evidence that she may have visited England in the years following his death when she was Queen Dowager.

  7. Berengaria Of England Family Tree & History, Ancestry ...

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    Berengaria Of England's brother was King Edward II Berengaria Of England's sister was Eleanor Of England Berengaria Of England's sister was Joan of England Berengaria Of England's brother was John Of England Berengaria Of England's sister was Alice Of England Berengaria Of England's brother was Henry Of England Berengaria Of England's sister was Juliana Of England Berengaria Of England's sister was Joan Monthermer Berengaria Of England's brother was Alfonso of England, 1st Earl of Chester ...

  8. Berengaria of Navarre, Queen of England « The Freelance ...

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    Sep 21, 2013 · Berengaria never set foot in England during her husband’s lifetime. Richard himself was only in England about six months of his reign. There is some dispute as to whether Berengaria visited England several times during the reign of King John. Safe passages were issued to some of her servants.

  9. Berengaria of Navarre - The only English Queen never to set ...

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    Jul 27, 2015 · Berengaria of Navarre was born between 1165 and 1170 as the eldest daughter of Sancho VI of Navarre and Sancha of Castile. She was probably named after her maternal grandmother Berengaria of Barcelona. Berengaria suffers the same fate as many medieval women; we simply have little information about her.

  10. Berengaria of León - Wikipedia

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    Berengaria of León (1204 – 12 April 1237) was the third wife but only empress consort of John of Brienne, Latin Emperor of Constantinople. According to the chronicle of Alberic of Trois-Fontaines, Berengaria was a daughter of Alfonso IX of León and Berengaria of Castile. She was a younger sister of Ferdinand III of Castile and Alfonso of Molina