un vun König Hinrich I.. Cecilia, de Normandie. Alain IV de Bretagne Duc de Bretagne. As a result of Robert's absence, his brother Henry was able to seize the crown of England for himself. King William Rufus II, of England. He succeeded his brother in 1027 as ROBERT II Duke of Normandy. 1052–1134. He fought at Dorylaeum (1097) and was at the capture of Jerusalem (1099). Discover the family tree of Robert II le Magnifique de NORMANDIE ,Duc de Normandie ,ou Robert Ier `the Magnificent'; `the Devil', De Normandie for free, and learn about their family history and their ancestry. Wives/Partners: Herleve (Salburpyr) de FALAISE ; Estrith SVENDSDATTER of DENMARK ; (NN), a different mistress Children: Beatrice de GHISNES ; Felicia of NORMANDY ; William the CONQUEROR (Duke) of NORMANDY ; Adelaide (Adeliza) of NORMANDY ; daughter of Robert II Robert II de Normandie dit Robert Courteheuse (vers 1051/1052 [1] – février 1134, château de Cardiff), fut comte du Maine de 1063 à 1069, puis duc de Normandie de 1087 à 1106. ... Robert II de Normandie Duc de Normandie. Mauger de Normandie Comte de Corbeil. ... Robert II Curthose : Titel: Hertog van Normandie : Roepnaam: Robert III van Normandie : Geboren: ca. 1056–1126. He had been appointed Archbishop of Rouen by his father c. 989–990 and had been given the countship of Évreux at the same time. When Robert’s youngest brother, Henry I, succeeded William as king of England (1100), Robert was in Italy. At a battle in January 1079, Robert unhorsed King William in combat and succeeded in wounding him, stopping his attack only when he recognised his father's voice. William attacked again in 1094, and when a peace was made that gave him control of Normandy in return for money, Robert joined the First Crusade. 1000/1010 - Nicea 2 of 22 juli 1035) was hertog van Normandië en de vader van Willem de Veroveraar.Hij was de zoon van hertog Richard II van Normandië en Judith van Bretagne.. Na de dood van zijn vader volgde zijn oudere broer Richard hem op als hertog van Normandië terwijl Robert graaf van Hiémois werd. He visited Italy seeking the hand of the great heiress Matilda of Tuscany (b. At the time of their father's death the two brothers made an agreement to be each other's heir. Duke Robert de Normandie, II, "the Devil" b. Abt 1000 Normandy, France d. 22 Jul 1035 Nicaea, Bithynia, Turkey: Geneagraphie - Families all over the world Robert took as his close adviser Ranulf Flambard, who had been previously a close adviser to his father. In his youth he was reported to be courageous and skilful in military exercises. Vérifiez les traductions 'Robert II de Normandie' en grec. Robert was a son of Richard I, Duke of Normandy and his second wife, Gunnor. Pedigree report of (Duc) Robert II De NORMANDIE, son of (Duc) Richard II De NORMANDIE and Judith (Juette) De BRETAGNE, born about 1003 in Normandy, FRANCE. His courageous leadership contributed to the victory at Ascalon (1099). 1054–1081. 12. The exact place of his burial is difficult to establish – legend states that he requested to be buried before the High Altar. Robert was the son of Richard II of Normandy and Judith, daughter of Conan I, Duke of Brittany.He was also grandson of Richard I of Normandy, great-grandson of William I of Normandy and great-great grandson of Rollo, the Viking who founded Normandy.Before he died, Richard II had decided his elder son Richard III would succeed him while his second son Robert would become Count of Hiémois. No king took part in the First Crusade, and the predominantly French-speaking participants came to be known by the Muslims as Franks.…. of king Robert II of France. 10215, citing Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucester, City of Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England ; Maintained by Find A Grave . Son surnom de Courteheuse (anglo-normand pour Courte botte) provient de sa petite taille [1], [notes 1]. Le champion de la Normandie: Robert II de Bellême, lieutenant du duc Robert Courte-Heuse, seigneur d'Alençon, etc., comte de Ponthieu et de Shrewsbury, et son temps, 1056-112 by Henri Renault du Motey ( … Omissions? Robert married Sybilla of Conversano, daughter of Geoffrey of Brindisi, Count of Conversano (and a grandniece of Robert Guiscard, another Norman duke) on the way back from Crusade; they had one child:[7][a]. The Chronique des règnes de Jean II et de Charles V records that, after the murder of “monseigneur Charles d’Espaigne, lors connestable de France” 8 Jan 1353 (O.S. He awoke to find himself naked and had to remain in bed and missed the sermon. 1134). To raise money for the crusade he mortgaged his duchy to his brother William for the sum of 10,000 marks. Category:Robert II, Duke of Normandy. Owing to uncertainty over the numbering of the Dukes of Normandy he is usually called Robert I, but sometimes Robert II with his ancestor Rollo as Robert I. He was, however, also prone to laziness and weakness of character that discontented nobles and the King of France exploited to stir discord with his father William. In 1134, Robert died in Cardiff Castle in his early eighties. Duc Robert II DE NORMANDIE (-1035) Herl ve DE FALAISE (-1050) Cte Baudouin V "le Pieux" DE FLANDRE (Abt 1012-1067) Adela CAPET, Comtesse de Contenance (-1079) Guillaume I "Le Conqu rant" DE NORMANDIE King of England (1027-1087) Matilda DE FLANDRE Queen of England (1032-1083) Herl ve DE FALAISE. Upload media Robert II The Magnificent DeNormandie was born on month day 1000, at birth place, to Long Sword Guillaume I and Guillaume (2Nd Earl of Eu) Guillaume I (born De Normandy). [10] William went to Palestine after 1106 and was named lord of Tortosa, but disappears from the historical record after 1110. [6] They were forced to flee again when King William attacked their base at Rémalard.[6]. Constance de Normandie de Bretagne, "Find A Grave Index" Family Members. He was the son of Richard II of Normandy and Judith de Brittany, daughter of Conan I … In 1106, Henry defeated Robert's army decisively at the Battle of Tinchebray and claimed Normandy as a possession of the English crown, a situation that endured for almost a century. [2] As a child he was betrothed to Margaret, the heiress of Maine, but she died before they could be wed,[3] and Robert did not marry until his late forties. Robert was also an unsuccessful claimant to the throne of the Kingdom of England. Flambard later became an astute but much-disliked financial adviser to William Rufus until the latter's death in 1100. Er war der älteste Sohn von Wilhelm I. dem Eroberer sowie älterer Bruder von Wilhelm Rufus und Heinrich, beide Könige von England. In 1096, Robert formed an army and left for the Holy Land on the First Crusade. In Europe, his life was complete chaos. Hertog van Normandie Robert II Curthose geb. (Duc) Robert II had a wife named Herleva (Arlette) De FALAISE and a child named Felicia. ... Robert II de Normandie Duc de Normandie. 1060–1119. 1060–1119. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Robert “Curthose” de Normandie (c.1054–10 Feb 1135), Find a Grave Memorial no. Download this stock image: Robert Ii De Normandie - D8A07W from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors. 0963–1026. 1054 ovl. Robert II van Normandië, bynoame Robert Curthose (tusschn 1051 en 1054 - Cardiff (), februoari 1134) was den oudste zeune van Willem de Veroveroare en Mathilda van Vloandern.. Je krêeg zyn bynoame deurdat ‘n zo kortgestuukt was. Duke Robert II had one illegitimate child by Mistress (1): ADELAIS. La Chronique Manuscrite de Normandie records that Robert II Duke of Normandy granted Alençon to "à Belesme ung seigneur nommé Guillaume" who rebelled against the duke who besieged the castle and captured Guillaume [35]. The youngest son Henry was given money to buy land. ROBERT, son of RICHARD I Comte [de Normandie] & his second wife Gunnora (-1037). Va tenir mala relació amb el seu pare i germans, un dels quals el va mantenir empresonat fins a la seva mort. the Devil, the Magnificent Duke had a wife named Arlette (Herleve) Falaise and two children named the Conqueror, Adeliza. In his last years William campaigned successfully in…, Accompanying Robert were his cousin Robert of Normandy (brother of King William II of England) and Stephen of Blois (the son-in-law of William the Conqueror). [4] The county remained under Norman control until 1069 when the county revolted and reverted to Hugh V of Maine. This article was most recently revised and updated by, https://www.britannica.com/biography/Robert-II-duke-of-Normandy. Sybilla, who was admired and often praised by chroniclers of the time, died shortly after the birth of her son. Corrections? Robert's reign as Duke is noted for the discord with his brothers William II and Henry I in England. His son Richard seems to have spent much of his life at the royal court of his uncle William Rufus. Robert Curthose, sometime Duke of Normandy, eldest son of the Conqueror, was buried in the abbey church of St. Peter in Gloucester. Robert was the son of Richard I the Fearless by his wife Gunnora. Robert was enraged and, urged on by his companions, started a brawl with his brothers that was only interrupted by the intercession of their father. Robert was forced by diplomacy to renounce his claim to the English throne in the Treaty of Alton. Duke Robert II had one illegitimate child by Mistress (2): GUILLAUME. Pedigree report of Robert I of Normandy, 6th Duc de Normandie, son of Richard (the Good) of Normandy II and Judith of Brittany, born about 1008 in Normandy, France. Robert was an advisor to five dukes of Normandy.. Career. Robert II., genannt Robert Kurzhose (englisch Robert Curthose, französisch Robert Courteheuse; * 1054; † Februar 1134 in Cardiff, Wales), war Herzog der Normandie. Robert II (Duke) of NORMANDY. Robert I the Magnificent (French: le Magnifique) (22 June 1000 – 1–3 July 1035), was the Duke of Normandy from 1027 until his death. ... Richard II, Le Bon Duc de Normandie. Robert spent the night before sporting with harlots and jesters, and while he lay in bed sleeping off his drunkenness his unworthy friends stole his clothes. Guillaume de Jumièges names "Richard, Robert, Mauger" as three of the five sons of Duke Richard and Gunnor, recording in a later passage that Robert succeeded Hugues as … Robert seems to have left court soon after the death of his mother and spent several years travelling throughout France, Germany and Flanders. 1000 Died: 1035 Turkey. After some initial skirmishing, William’s plans were furthered by Robert’s decision to go on crusade in 1096. 1046) but was unsuccessful. Robert, Hartog vun de Normandie weer de öllste Söhn vun Willem I. vun England un de Broder vun König Willem II. The church subsequently has become Gloucester Cathedral. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Is this your ancestor? Captured after the battle, Robert was imprisoned in Devizes Castle for twenty years before being moved to Cardiff. Richard II "l'Irascible" de Normandie 963 - 1027 Robert II "le Danois" de Normandie Abt 964 - 1037 Mauger _____, de Normandie, Comte de Corbeil Abt 967 - Abt 1033 Robert the Magnificent (French: le Magnifique; 22 June 1000 – 1–3 July 1035), was the Duke of Normandy from 1027 until his death in 1035.. Owing to uncertainty over the numbering of the Dukes of Normandy he is usually called Robert I, but sometimes Robert II with his ancestor Rollo as Robert I. Richard II of Normandy, Duke of Normandy, was born 23 August 963 in Normandy, France to Richard I, Duke of Normandy (933-996) and Gunnora, Duchess of Normandy (c936-1031) and died 28 August 1027 inNormandy, France of unspecified causes. Herl ve DE FALAISE. He was married about 1027 in Relationship to Harlette 'Arlette Herléva' de Falaise, they had 4 children. Robert II, byname Robert Curthose, French Robert Courteheuse, (born c. 1054—died February 1134, Cardiff, Wales), duke of Normandy (1087–1106), a weak-willed and incompetent ruler whose poor record as an administrator of his domain was partly redeemed by his contribution to the First Crusade (1096–99).. He married Judith of Brittany (982-1017) 996 JL . Generation 2 2. 0974–1047. [1], Estimates of Robert's birth-date range between 1051 and 1053. Robert 'the Devil', Duke of Normandy (1000 - 1035) Robert the Devil, also known as 'the Magnificent', Duke of Normandy was the father of William the Conqueror, the founder of England's dynasty of Norman kings, Robert reigned as Duke of Normandy from 1027 until his death. The cause of his death was on Crusade. (Robert II de Normandie, Robert Courteheuse), normandijski vojvoda (?, oko 1051 – Cardiff, 10. Discover the family tree of Robert II le Magnifique de NORMANDIE ,Duc de Normandie ,ou Robert Ier `the Magnificent'; `the Devil', De Normandie for free, and learn about their family history and their ancestry. It is said that Robert was a brilliant field commander but a terrible strategist in the First Crusade. Robert II, byname Robert Curthose, French Robert Courteheuse, (born c. 1054—died February 1134, Cardiff, Wales), duke of Normandy (1087–1106), a weak-willed and incompetent ruler whose poor record as an administrator of his domain was partly redeemed by his contribution to the First Crusade (1096–99). Feeling that his dignity was wounded, Robert was further angered when King William failed to punish his brothers. Robert II. Info: Zoek op naam. 1134 Cardif, Wales, GB: luc1961. ... William II `Rufus' (King) of ENGLAND ; Constance de NORMANDIE ; Silvie (poss. He died on July 22, 1035 in Jeruzalem, Israël. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Robert “Curthose” de Normandie (c.1054–10 Feb 1135), Find a Grave Memorial no. Robert I, byname Robert the Magnificent or the Devil, French Robert le Magnifique or le Diable, (died between July 1 and 3, 1035, Nicaea [now İznik, Tur. Duc Robert II DE NORMANDIE (-1035) Family Links: Spouses/Children: 0. Robert Curthose (c. 1051 – 3 February 1134), sometimes called Robert II, was the eldest son of William the Conqueror and succeeded his father as Duke of Normandy in 1087, reigning until 1106. Hij is getrouwd in het jaar 1017 met Edith (Estrith Astrid) Svendsdatter) of Denmark. He was a younger brother of duke Richard II and uncle of duke Robert I. Captured in the Battle of Tinchebrai (September 28, 1106), Robert spent the rest of his life as a prisoner, dying in Cardiff castle. Let us know if you have suggestions to improve this article (requires login). She married Herluin de Conteville. An illegitimate daughter was later married to Helias of Saint-Saens. Robert II., genannt Robert Kurzhose ,[1] war Herzog der Normandie. They had no children. Robert I DE NORMANDIE, "The Magnificent" [35130] was born circa 1005 in Normandy France and died on 22 Jul 1035 in Nicea Bythnia Turkey at age 30. 1009, France , d. 8 Jan 1078-1079, Monastere de L'Ordre de St. Benoist, Messines, France (Age 70 years) Married: Jan 1026-1027 : According to ES II:79 Richard II did marry as his first wife Judith of Rennes. Jump to navigation Jump to search Robert Curthose Duke of ... Monument funerari de Robert II a la catedral de Gloucester, on reposen les seves restes. Robert II le Diable de Normandie was born about 1008, son of Richard II De Goede de Normandie and Judith de Bretagne. Constance de Normandie de Bretagne, "Find A Grave Index" Family Members. 1054–1081. Robert was born on June 22nd, 1000 in Rouen, Departement de la Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, France.Robert's father was Richard II, "le Bon" de Normandie and his mother was Judith de Rennes.His paternal grandparents were Duc Richard I, "Sans Peur" de Normandie I and Gunnora de Normandie; his maternal grandparents were Duc Conan I de Rennes (de Bretagne) I and Ermangarde d'Anjou (de … Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. Robert II of Normandy. The next day Robert and his followers attempted to seize the castle of Rouen. Orderic reports on an incident at Easter 1105 when Robert was supposed to hear a sermon by the venerable Serlo, Bishop of Sées. Mistress (2): HERLEVE [Arlette], daughter of FULBERT [de Falaise] & his wife Doda [Duwa] ---. By signing up for this email, you are agreeing to news, offers, and information from Encyclopaedia Britannica. He was the son of Richard II Cecilia, de Normandie. General Notes: Wikipedia states: Robert the Magnificent[1] (22 June 1000 \endash 3 July 1035), also called Robert the Devil, was the Duke of Normandy from 1027 until his death. II. Robert II Archbishop of Rouen (989–1037) and Count of Évreux. To Robert he granted the Duchy of Normandy and to William Rufus he granted the Kingdom of England. 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Long was born in Rouen, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, France. He landed at Portsmouth with his army, but the lack of popular support among the English (Anselm, the archbishop of Canterbury, was decidedly against him and the Charter of Liberties issued at Henry's coronation was well liked) as well as Robert's own mishandling of the invasion tactics enabled Henry to resist the invasion. Er war der älteste Sohn von Wilhelm I. dem Eroberer sowie älterer Bruder von Wilhelm Rufus und … At Easter 1080, father and son were reunited by the efforts of Queen Matilda, and a truce lasted until she died in 1083. Humiliated, King William cursed his son. Discover life events, stories and photos about Robert le Danois archevêque de Rouen et comte d'Évreux (0980–1037) of Of Evreux, Normandy, France. Monument funerari de Robert II a la catedral de Gloucester, on reposen les seves restes. 1052–1134. Robert fled to Flanders to the court of his uncle Robert I, Count of Flanders, before plundering the county of the Vexin and causing such mayhem that his father King William allied himself with King Philip I of France to stop his rebellious son. Il est le père de Guillaume « le Bâtard » dit Guillaume le Conquérant. Upload media ... Henry de Normandie; Spouse: Sybilla of Conversano (1100–) Margaret de … He was unsatisfied with the share of power allotted to him and quarrelled with his father and brothers fiercely. [11], Robert Curthose in a medieval manuscript c. 1300-40, 11th and 12th-century Duke of Normandy, crusader, and claimant to the English throne, "Soon after the birth of her (Sibyl's) only child, William the Clito, she died at Rouen, and was buried, amid universal sorrow, in the cathedral church, Archbishop of William Bonne-Ame performing the obsequies. Il fut aussi un prétendant malheureux au trône d'Angleterre. Explore genealogy for Robert Normandie Normandie, France died 1037 Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France including ancestors + descendants + 1 genealogist comments + more in the free family tree community. Sin → Vilima I. Osvajača; vladao 1087–1106. 22, 1000, Rouen, Departement de la Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, France Death: Jul. Robert De Normandie [1, 2] 965 - 1037 (72 years) Submit Photo / Document Has 20 ancestors but no descendants in this family tree. Robert Curthose (c. 1051 – 3 February 1134), sometimes called Robert II, was the eldest son of William the Conqueror and succeeded his father as Duke of Normandy in 1087, reigning until 1106. Robert II, bijgenaamd de Vrome (Orléans, (? Hij is getrouwd rond 1027 in Relationship met Harlette 'Arlette Herléva' de Falaise, ze kregen 4 kinderen. Discover life events, stories and photos about Robert II de Normandie Duc de Normandie (1051-1134) of Normandie, France. [5], In 1077, Robert instigated his first insurrection against his father as the result of a prank played by his younger brothers William Rufus and Henry, who had dumped a full chamber-pot over his head. In 1087, the elder William died of wounds suffered from a riding accident during a siege of Mantes. The siege failed, but, when King William ordered their arrest, Robert and his companions took refuge with Hugh of Chateauneuf-en-Thymerais. 27 maart) ca. Eventually, his disagreements with Henry I led to defeat in battle and lifelong captivity, with Normandy absorbed as a possession of England. Relations were not helped when King William discovered that his wife, Robert's mother Queen Matilda, was secretly sending her son Robert money. At his death he reportedly wanted to disinherit his eldest son but was persuaded to divide the Norman dominions between his two eldest sons.