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    Search & download rights managed art & history images, illustration, photography, video clips. Contact our experts for rights clearances & research. Bridgeman Images 7kfollowers More information Ms 16 Roll 178 Richard Marshal, 3rd Earl of Pembroke unhorses Baldwin of Guisnes at Monmouth, from 'Historia Major', 1233 (vellum)

  2. William Marshal (also called William the Marshal), 1st Earl of Pembroke, is one of the most important figures in the history of medieval England. He was a knight and nobleman who lived between the 12th and 13th centuries AD, during which he served five English monarchs – Henry the Young King, Henry II, Richard I, John, and Henry III. W

  3. It contains about 70 portraits that depict eight generations of a single family, together with their many relatives. The two portraits on the front cover are of William Bentall and Dr. William Marshall. They met in Devon and became friends in around 1760, one a young merchant and the other a medical student.

  4. Oct 17, 2017 - 1146-1219.Arms of William Marshal, First Earl of Pembroke.В 1199-1207г-х-шериф графства Глостершир.В 1205 лишился милости кор.Иоанна Безземельного и попал в опалу.В 1208-13 нах.в землях св.жены в Ирландии(по праву супруги Уильям получ.титул ...

  5. He married, secondly, Anne Boleyn, Marchioness of Pembroke, daughter of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire and Lady... He married, thirdly, Jane ... Henry Tudor (1491 - 1547) - Genealogy One of their sons was Edmund Tudor, father of Henry VII. Edmund was created Earl of Richmond in 1452, and "formally declared legitimate by Parliament".

  6. Princess Eleanor was a widow having been previously married to William Marshall, Earl of Pembroke who died in 1231. Eleanor and Simon had five sons, Henry b. 1238 who was killed in 1265, Simon b. 1240, Guy, Count of Nola b. 1243, Richard and Aymer, Conon of York. They also had a daughter who was named Eleanor b.1253.

  7. Analysis. Edward, Isabella, Lancaster, Mortimer Junior, Warwick, Pembroke, and Kent are waiting for Gaveston's arrival. The King is impatient and preoccupied with thoughts of Gaveston, which irritates Isabella and the nobles—most notably Mortimer, who reminds the King that he ought to be thinking of “matters of more weight,” like France's ...

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