Aquitaine - duché d'aquitaine - richard cour de lion. Richard lion's court is the second son of henri ii plantagenet and aquitaine's alienor. From 1175, with the help of louis vii de france, he revolted with his brothers against their father. He became heir to the kingdom after the death of his brother Henry in 1183, succeeding his father in 1189 and spent the ten years of his reign fighting in the Holy Land and in France.
He took part in the third crusade and almost resumed jerusalem. When he returned, taken prisoner in atriche, he remained captive for two years.
Married to a beranger of navarre, the daughter of sanche vi who never set foot in angleterre, he had no child. He died as the seat of the shawl fortress in 1199.
He was buried at the abbey of castvrault as his mother, alienor, five years later. Do not hesitate to consult my other objects!
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