Reginald of Châtillon | prince of Antioch
Reginald of Châtillon, prince of Antioch (1153–60), one of the leading military figures of the Crusades between 1147 and 1187, whose reckless policy in raiding Muslim caravans during periods of truce led to the virtual destruction of the Latin kingdom of Jerusalem and the loss of most of its
Mateusz Fafinski on Twitter
“A tiny golden bee with a cloisonné inlay (just 1,6 cm long) from the tomb of Childeric I, who was buried in Tournai c. 481. Hundreds of those bees could have been fastened to king‘s cloak, making the Merovingians masters of haute couture 1/ #medievaltwitter #fashion”
Sir Henry “Hotspur” Percy (1364-1403) - Find A...
Sir Henry “Hotspur” Percy (1364-14030, Knight of the Garter, Knight of Bath. Justice of Chester, North Wales and Flintshire, Warden of the East Marches, Captain of Berwick-upon-Tweed.
HARALD HARDRADA, king of Norway, and TOSTIG GODWINSON, exiled Earl of Northumbria, defeated northern Earls Eadwine and Morcar at the Battle of Fulford, near York, 19 Sep in 1066.
Historic Scotland on Twitter
“If you visit Dundonald Castle, make sure to look out Euphemia Ross! We think this carved corbel represents Euphemia, wife of Robert II, who was probably carved into the adjacent corbel. Make sure you book your tickets in advance 👉https://t.co/lzVSOHUixC”
Stock Photo - FRANCE ILE DE FRANCE MONTFORT L AMAURY ST PETER S CHURCH RENAISSANCE STAINED GLASS WINDOW
FRANCE ILE DE FRANCE MONTFORT L AMAURY ST PETER S CHURCH RENAISSANCE STAINED GLASS WINDOW Stock Photo
Sir John de Wingfield (d. circa 1361) of Wingfield Castle in Suffolk was chief administrator to Edward the Black Prince. He and both his brothers fought at Crecy in 1346. He fought in the Normandy campaign from 1347-48.