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  1. Thomas Gray, the 18th-century poet, combined Marlowe's depiction of Isabella with William Shakespeare's description of Margaret of Anjou (the wife of Henry VI) as the "She-Wolf of France", to produce the anti-French poem The Bard (1757), in which Isabella rips apart the bowels of Edward II with her "unrelenting fangs".

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › BraveheartBraveheart - Wikipedia

    Portrayal of Isabella of France. Isabella of France is shown having an affair with Wallace after the Battle of Falkirk. She later tells Edward I she is pregnant, implying that her son, Edward III, was a product of the affair. In reality, Isabella was around three years old and living in France at the time of the Battle of Falkirk, was not ...

  3. May 24, 1995 · Braveheart: Directed by Mel Gibson. With James Robinson, Sean Lawlor, Sandy Nelson, James Cosmo. Scottish warrior William Wallace leads his countrymen in a rebellion to free his homeland from the tyranny of King Edward I of England.

  4. Feb 23, 2022 · Additionally, in reality King Edward I did not die at the same time as William Wallace as the film suggests, he died several years later. King Edward II did not marry Isabella until after Wallace's death, at which time she was 13, considerably younger than the 29-year-old Sophie Marceau who played her in the film.

  5. Aan het hof van de Franse koning leerde zij de gevluchte Roger Mortimer kennen en zij werden minnaars. Nadat haar broer Karel IV van Frankrijk de bezittingen van Eduard II in Frankrijk had aangevallen, brachten Isabella en Roger Mortimer een leger van baronnen samen, onder de leiding van haar minnaar Mortimer om Eduard II af te zetten en haar zoon Eduard III tot koning van Engeland te maken.

  6. Dec 06, 2017 · Knightfall: Created by Don Handfield, Richard Rayner. With Tom Cullen, Pádraic Delaney, Simon Merrells, Julian Ovenden. A look at the final days of the Knights Templar during the 14th century.

  7. Aug 07, 2022 · William "Braveheart" Wallace leads rebellion. 1298: Battle of Falkirk: Wallace defeated but escapes. Later caught. 1299: Second Marriage: SEP: m. Marguerite of France. 1305: Wallace Executed: Drawn and quartered in London, a martyred Wallace ignites Scottish nationalism. 1306: Robert the Bruce (1274-1329) rebels. Crowned king of Scotland ...

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