Berengaria (Spanish: Berenguela, French: Bérengère; c. 1165-1170 – 23 December 1230), was the oldest daughter of Sancho VI of Navarre and Sancha of Castile. Her mother's parents were Alfonso VII of León and Berenguela of Barcelona. She was the wife of Richard I of England. They had no children.
In 1216 she toured England after the King had given her permission to travel wherever she pleased in the realm and in 1220 she was amongst the vast throng gathered to witness the translation of Becket’s bones.’ 14 Safe-conducts were issued for Berengaria and her servants in 1215, 1216, 1219 and 1220, but there is absolutely no evidence that ...
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Aug 15, 2011 · Berengaria Of England was born on May 1, 1276 in Kennington, Berkshire, England, daughter of Edward I "Longshanks" King of England Plantagenet and Eleanor de Castile. She died in the year 1277 in Radley, Berkshire, England. This information is part of by on Genealogy Online.
Feb 17, 2013 · Berengaria and Richard were married in May 1191 at Limassol. Berengaria was also crowned at this time and Richard gave her dower rights to all territories in Gascony south of the River Garonne. The marriage had been delayed thus far because of it being Lent. Why marry Berengaria? Richard was the Duke of Aquitaine before he became King of England.
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.
Born in 1180, Berengaria (also known as Berenguela) was the eldest child of Urraca of Castile's great grandson, Alfonso VIII, and his wife, Eleanor of England. (Eleanor was the daughter of a woman we've met before, Eleanor of Aquitaine, and the sister of another capable ruling woman, Blanche of Castile.)
Jul 01, 2016 · Berengaria of Navarre. This is part of my "Medieval Queens of England" series, in which I write a short biography of the Queens of England from Matilda of Flanders to Elizabeth I. Enjoy! Video ...
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Aug 28, 2012 · Like every queen of England since Adeliza of Louvain, Berengaria of Navarre had enjoyed access to ten percent of all fines levied on her husband's Jewish subjects whilst she was queen. This so-called "queen's gold" was used to fund the queen consort's household and it was a standarised, if grossly unfair, system of taxation.
Jul 19, 2013 - Berengaria of Navarre, Queen of England. Engraving from c.1890. Berengaria of Navarre, consort to one of England's most beloved and b...