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legends of King Richard I, Coeur de Lion

Bradford B. Broughton

legends of King Richard I, Coeur de Lion

a study of sources and variations to the year 1600

by Bradford B. Broughton

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Published by Mouton in The Hague .
Written in English

  • Richard I, King of England, 1157-1199

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [143]-153.

    Statementby Bradford B. Broughton.
    SeriesStudies in English literature,, v. 25
    LC ClassificationsDA207 .B7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination161 p.
    Number of Pages161
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5979004M
    LC Control Number66006787

    The mummified heart of England's King Richard I - better known as Richard the Lionheart - is analysed by forensic scientists. In the history books, his date of death is given as 6 April King John, in full The Life and Death of King John, chronicle play in five acts by William Shakespeare, written perhaps in –96 and published in the First Folio of from an authorial manuscript that may have been copied and supplied with some theatrical touches. The source of the play was a two-part drama generally known as The Troublesome Raigne of John King of England.

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The real character and abilities of Richard I of England have largel 4/5(1). A History of the Life of Richard Coeur-de-Lion King of England [4 volumes] Hardcover – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Hardcover $ 1 Used from $ Richard Coeur de Lion: Rex Bellicosus / J.O. Prestwich --Eleanor of Aquitaine / Jane Martindale --Some Legends of Richard the Lionheart: their Development and their Influence / John Gillingham --Richard the Lionheart in German Literature of the Middle Ages / Martin H.

Jones --The Figure of Richard I in Medieval Spanish Literature / David Hook. King Richard Coeur De Lion Ivanhoe follows him to Palestine, Friar Tuck fraternizes with him, Wamba travels and sings with him, and the outlaw band entertain him at a meal.

His brother fears his return, for the rumor that he may have returned is enough to turn his former subjects away from Prince John. The adventures of king Richard Coeur-de-Lion, Volume 1 The adventures of king Richard Coeur-de-Lion, James White: Author: James White: Publisher: T.

and J. Evans, Original from: Oxford University: Digitized: Jul 7, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Richard Coer de Lyon is a Middle English romance which gives a fictionalised account of the life of Richard I, King of England, concentrating on his crusading influenced Shakespeare's King John and Walter Scott's The Talisman.

Henry's eldest surviving son, Richard I (reigned ), fulfilled his main ambition by going on crusade inleaving the ruling of England to others. After his victories over Saladin at the siege of Acre and the battles of Arsuf and Jaffa, concluded by the treaty of Jaffa (), Richard was returning from the Holy Land when he was captured in Austria.

In earlyRichard was. Richard I, byname Richard the Lionheart or Lionhearted, French Richard Coeur de Lion, (born September 8,Oxford, England—died April 6,Châlus, duchy of Aquitaine), duke of Aquitaine (from ) and of Poitiers (from ) and king of England, duke of Normandy, and count of Anjou (–99).

Richard I (more commonly known as Richard Cœur de Lion or Richard the Lionheart) was a king of England who lived during the 12th century.

He is arguably best-known for the role he played in the Third Crusade. Although Richard earned a reputation for being a formidable military commander and warrior (hence his epithet, ‘the Lionheart’), he may be said to have been less.

“Richard Coeur de Lion”, call him what you will, was King of England from until his death in He was also Duke of Normandy, Aquitaine and Gascony and a host of other titles in France.

Apart from his childhood in England most of his adult life was spent overseas in Aquitaine. Richard Coeur de Lion in History and Myth (Kings College London Medieval Studies) [Nelson, Janet L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Richard Coeur de Lion in History and Myth (Kings College London Medieval Studies)Format: Paperback.

Richard Coeur de Lion: Kingship, Chivalry and War in the Twelfth Century [Gillingham, John F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Richard Coeur de Lion: Kingship, Chivalry and War in the Twelfth CenturyReviews: 1. Richard I, the Lionheart, remains forever (and perhaps wrongly) the mythical king of England who preferred to wage war than to rule over his empire.

The familiar epithet conveys all the principal features of his indomitable character: courage, valor, prowess, the pursuit of glory, the thirst for fame, generosity in war and peace, a sense of honor combined with a sort of haughty dignity made up. king, who was called Richard Cœur de Lion.

Cœur de Lion is French and means lion-hearted. It seems strange that an English king should have a French name. But more than a hundred years before this king reigned, a French duke named William came to England, defeated the English in a great battle, and declared himself king of all that southern.

The story was the subject of André Ernest Modeste Grétry's opera Richard Coeur-de-Lion (). It seems unconnected to the real Jean 'Blondel' de Nesle, an aristocratic trouvère. In the 16th century, a few fictionalised chronicles linked Richard with the Robin Hood legends, although this did not become widespread until Walter Scott's Ivanhoe.

The archer’s name was Bertram, and Richard gave him a hundred shillings and set him free. King Richard died at the age of 41 from this wound. The throne passed to his brother John. A sad end for the Lion-Heart, and alas, also for poor Bertram the archer.

Despite the King’s pardon he was flayed alive and then hanged. Philip of Cognac (early s – after ) was an illegitimate son of Richard the Lionheart, King of England, by an unidentified mother. Philip had reached adulthood by the end of the s.

His father married him to his ward, Amelia, the heiress of Cognac, France, in r, when she died without issue, Richard kept the castle, and handed it over to his seneschal, Robert of.

Tiles depicting Richard I of England and Saladin, now in the British Museum. (CC BY SA ) Diplomatic Issues Take their Toll. King Richard seems to have not been on good terms with the other leaders of the instance, he had quarreled with Philip II, the King of France, and insulted Leopold V, the Duke of Austria, by tearing down his banner.

Get this from a library. Richard Coeur de Lion in literature. [G H Needler] -- This interesting work details the instances of King Richard I appearing in literature through the ages and how the culture and customs from his time influenced how he was portrayed.

This volume. Blondel was a favourite of Richard Coeur de Lion (King Richard I the Lionheart). The legend is that Blondel the minstrel discovered the place of Richard's imprisonment in Austria by singing the first part of a love-song which Richard and he had composed together, and by the voice of Richard.

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Richard I (8 September – 6 April ) was King of England from until his death. He also ruled as Duke of Normandy, Aquitaine and Gascony, Lord of Cyprus, Count of Poitiers, Anjou, Maine, and Nantes, and was overlord of Brittany at various times during the same period.

He was the third of five sons of King Henry II of England and Duchess Eleanor of Aquitaine. Richard I Coeur de Lion Richard I was a Plantagenet King, son of Henry II, bornreigned as King of England He was the 3rd son of Henry II and Eleanor of was intended that as the 3rd son he should inherit his mother’s duchy and from an early age he was closely aligned with the duchy of Aquitaine.

Richard I (more commonly known as Richard Cœur de Lion or Richard the Lionheart) was a king of England who lived during the 12th century. He. Legend has it that while building the Chateau-Gaillard, Richard and his men were drenched with “rain of blood,” but he refused to take it as an evil omen.

King Richard I’s Great Seal of In MarchRichard was in the Limousin, suppressing a revolt by the Viscount of Limoges. Richard Cœur-de-lion (Richard the Lionheart) is an opéra comique, described as a comédie mise en musique, by the Belgian composer André French text was by Michel-Jean work is generally recognised as Grétry's masterpiece and one of the most important French opéras comiques.

It is based on a legend about King Richard I of England's captivity in Austria and his. Name: King Richard I The Lion Heart Born: September 8, at Beaumont Place, Oxford Parents: Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine Relation to Elizabeth II: 21st great-granduncle House of: Angevin Ascended to the throne: July 6, aged 31 years Crowned: 2/3 September, at Westminster Abbey Married: Berengaria, Daughter of Sancho V of Navarre Children: Two illegitimate sons.

King Richard I of England, called Cœur-de-Lion (or the Lion-Heart(ed)), was born at Oxford, England, September 8,and died at Chalus-Chabrol, France, April 6, The son of Henry II of The House of Plantagenet, Richard came to the throne inand thereafter spent no more than six months of his ten years' reign in in his life and after his death, Richard's reputation.

Legend has it that a minstrel called Blondel went from castle to castle in Germany seeking Richard, singing a song he had composed with the king. When Richard heard the song from within his prison walls, he sang a verse known only to himself and Blondel, and the minstrel knew he had found the Lionheart.

However, the story is just a story. He is popularly remembered as a good king though, partially because of the Robin Hood legends, where Robin Hood was a supporter of Richard the Lionheart and a sworn enemy of the king’s evil brother, Prince John.

King Philip wasn’t a fan of John, either. After Richard’s death, John became king. Share this book. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. Embed. Edit. Last edited by WorkBot.Richard I King of England () Places Great Britain.

Times Richard I,Edit. Richard Coeur de Lion Kingship, Chivalry and War in the Twelfth Century This edition published in August 2, by Hambledon & London. ID Numbers. The real character and abilities of Richard I of England have largely been hidden by his contemporary and subsequent fame.

In consequence his achievements and many of the main features of his reign have been wrongly assessed. In these essays John Gillingham goes far to redress the balance by examining Richard's reign in general and in detail. Richard (I) Coeur de Lion (Count of Poitou and Duke of AquitaineKing of England ) The coins struck by Richard (the Lionhearted) in his French possession are the only coins to bear his name.

His English coinage was struck in the name of his father. For English coins of Richard I click here: Click on image to enlarge. Richard I - Richard I - Imprisonment: Richard sailed home by way of the Adriatic, because of French hostility, and a storm drove his ship ashore near Venice.

Because of the enmity of Duke Leopold he disguised himself, but he was discovered at Vienna in December and imprisoned in the duke’s castle at Dürnstein on the Danube.

Later, he was handed over to Henry VI, who kept him at various. Contemporary and later chroniclers compared him to King Arthur, Alexander the Great, Charlemagne and the Emperor Augustus.

For hundreds of years after his death, King Richard I, "Coeur de Lion", set the standard for kingship to which other kings were expected to aspire.

Even his. This list is for book predominately featuring Richard I of England. It can include fiction & non-fiction books (biographies, etc). The main factor is Richard I should be the main focus or important character. * Richard I (8 September – 6 April ) was King of England from 6 July until his death.

King Richard [the Lionheart] is held in chains [in captivity with Emperor Henry VI of Germany]. His brother, John, depletes his kingdom with iron [the sword] and lays it waste with fire.

In all things the Lord has turned cruel to me and attacked me with the harshness of his hand. Born September 8, - He was known as Coeur de Lion, or Richard the Lionheart, even before his accession, because of his reputation as a great military leader and warrior.

%0D %0D Known to most from Sir Walter Scott's "Ivanhoe," as a young man Richard fell in love with Philip II, King. Richard the Lionheart aka Richard Coeur de Lion besides his dead father, King Henry, in Château de Chinon is a castle located on the bank of the Vienne river in Chinon, France.

In Henry II of England, a member of the House of Anjou, took the castle from his brother Geoffrey after Geoffrey had rebelled for.

The Chateau Route of Richard the Lionheart is a collection of castles, churches and towns in the heart of Richard Coeur de Lion’s Angevin kingdom. Whilst not a contemporary term in Richard’s time (it was a label created to bring history and tourism together in the s) the concept of royal – ecclesiatical stay-places is certainly.When the real king, King Richard the Lionhearted, was away on a crusade, a relative, Prince John, was put in charge.

where legend has it [ ] that Richard the Lion Heart was imprisoned des musées et des monuments, des personnages célèbres viennent à votre rencontre: Richard Coeur-de-Lion, Jeanne d'Arc, Pierre Corneille ou Gustave.Richard the First, Coeur-de-Lion, Is a name that we speak of with pride, Though he only lived six months in England From his birth to the day that he died.

He spent all his time fighting battles, Dressed up in most rigid attire, For he had his suits made by the Blacksmith, And his underwear [ ].