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Queen Berengaria's tomb and effigy in the Cathedral of St. Juliens in Le Mans, France. Married to King Richard I of England. Said to be the only English queen never to set foot in England. She outlived her husband by 30 years. They had no issue. King Richard I, Richard Iii, European History, British History, Eleanor Of Aquitaine, Plantagenet, Queen Of England, Effigy, Knights Templar

Author: Rachel Bard. Article: Queen without a Country. Topic: Berengaria of Navarre. Full text 3 web pages.

...Though she was wed to Richard the Lionhearted, greatest hero of the age, she never saw the England over which her husband reigned...With her generation, the long line of Basque kings of Navarre descended from Iсigo Arista ceased...

English version of the royal coat of arms, there is many different versions of this coat of arms Antique Paint, Family Crest, Crests, Coat Of Arms, British Royals, Lions, Medieval, England, Carving

carved and partial gilt and painted Royal Seal of England, circa 1880

Shield for crossbowmen. Coat of Arms of the Holy Roman Empire and the City of Zürich. Medieval Shields, Empire Romain, Armadura Medieval, Holy Roman Empire, Landsknecht, Late Middle Ages, Medieval Weapons, Arm Armor, Ancient Artifacts

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Shield for crossbowmen. Coat of Arms of the Holy Roman Empire and the City of Zürich. (Ca 1440)

Armorial Bookplate: Coat of arms of the Dukes of Beaufort. The dukes of Beaufort are descendants in the male line from the House of Plantagenet through John of Gaunt and Edward III. Beaufort Castle was a possession of John of Gaunt Medieval, Beaufort Castle, Lancaster, John Of Gaunt, Order Of The Garter, Plantagenet, Wars Of The Roses, My Family History, Family Crest

Armorial Bookplate: Coat of arms of the Dukes of Beaufort - mutare vel timere sperno

Pasted in "Discovrs parenetique a Monseignevr le Dvc de Sevlli, Pair de France, sur la mort de Monsievr son second Fils, Pour l'induire à se faire Catholique : ; par vn des anciens domestiques de sa maison" (Published in Paris in 1607) Dukes of Beaufort: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duke_of_Beaufort

The Coat of Arms of H. Brent, Viscount Spencer of Gerasa Grand Master of the Order of Christian Knights of the Rose Military Orders, Templer, Wars Of The Roses, Arm Armor, Chivalry, Knights Templar, Family Crest, Medieval Art, Crests

The Coat of Arms of H. E. Brent, Viscount Spencer of Gerasa Grand Master of the Order of Christian Knights of the Rose

Philippe le Bon, Duke of Burgundy Medieval Costume, Medieval Armor, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Philippe Le Bon, Medieval Paintings, Hobby Photography, Herzog, Inspiration Art

Le Grand Armorial de la Toison d'Or

Philippe le Bon, Grand Armorial équestre de la Toison d'Or, Flandres, 1430-1461.

An Important Austro-Burgundian Pavise, circa 1480 Armadura Medieval, Medieval Shields, Shield Design, Landsknecht, Arm Armor, Medieval Armor, Chivalry, Ancient Artifacts, 15th Century

15th Century Pavises

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Heraldic Panel with Arms of the House of Hapsburg Date:ca. Geography:Made in possibly Ghent Culture:South Netherlandish Medium:Pot-metal glass, white glass, vitreous paint, and silver stain Stained Glass Angel, Faux Stained Glass, Wine Bottle Wall, Wine Bottles, Glass Wall Art, Portraits, Source Of Inspiration, Gravure, Coat Of Arms

Heraldic Panel with Arms of the House of Hapsburg | South Netherlandish | The Met

Inscription: (in border): Rh, three times, RK once.(motto): Secours á DieuMarking: Arms (of Roland Le Febure): Or, a sword bendwise between two eagles displayed sable

Gelithografeerde afbeelding van het Wapen van Prins Willem I en de stamwapens van Oranje en Nassau. Datering 1860 - 1870 Ottonian, Family Shield, Medieval Knight, Arm Armor, Family Crest, Crests, Coat Of Arms, Renaissance, Badge

Gelithografeerde afbeelding van het Wapen van Prins Willem I en de stamwapens van Oranje en Nassau. Datering 1860 - 1870

Richard de Bures may have been seventeenth Grand Master of the Knights Templar, from 1245 to although many sources make no mention of him. It is likely he simply acted as a Master during Périgord's captivity. Knights Hospitaller, Knights Templar, Medieval, High Middle Ages, Military Orders, Freemasonry, Chivalry, The Grandmaster, Coat Of Arms

Richard de Bures may have been seventeenth Grand Master of the Knights Templar, from 1245 to 1247, although many sources make no mention of him. It is likely he simply acted as a Master during Périgord's captivity.

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