RM2M65HDD–Margaret of Anjou (1430-1482. Illuminated manuscript from the presentation page of Poems and Romances ('The Talbot Shrewsbury book''), 1444/5
RMGG2F4K–Anjou Circuit. Haurel in a Blériot. June 1912 France Paris. Bibliothèque Nationale
RMM23M6A–The Marriage of King Louis son of the Duke of Anjou to the daughter of King Peter of Arragon
RMTAACER–Queen Margaret of Anjou Taken Prisoner after Tewkesbury'. By Sir John Gilbert (1817-1897). Margaret was taken prisoner by the Yorkists after the Lancastrian defeat at Tewkesbury. In 1475, she was ransomed by her cousin, King Louis XI (1423-1483) of France. Margaret of Anjou (1430-1482) was the wife of King Henry VI (1421-1471)of England. As such, she was Queen consort of England from 1445 to 1461 and again from 1470 to 1471.
RM2G2B05J–Francis Duke of Anjou and Alençon (1555-1584), portrait painting by unknown artist, 1572
RMAR1XB3–still life image of a group of 4 four mixed pears Bosc Anjou Bartlett
RMG2NJMN–Fresco of Robert of Anjou King of Naples. Dated 14th Century
RMBRH828–Francis, Duke of Anjou and Alençon, 1555 – 1584, dressed in 16th century damascene armour.
RMERGTPD–Mary of Anjou - portrait of the wife of King Charles VII on her throne, wearing a crown. Robert Blondel, her chaplain, presents
RM2GXKTTP–The Court of Mary of Anjou
RMTRG038–Godfrey II, count von Anjou, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RF2E92KD6–ARCTIC ISLANDS Novaia Zemlia Spitsbergen Iceland Franz Josef Land Anjou 1901 map
RM2MCBCJK–FRANCIS, DUKE OF ANJOU (1555-1584) Detail of a 1572 portrait
RMMPPYTB–'Margaret of Anjou meeting the benevolent Robber', . Artist: John Leech.
RMF6P41H–Statue of Charles of Anjou, Rome, Italy
RMHT13K0–Marriage of Henry the Sixth and Margaret of Anjou, 1850. Artist: John Leech
RFBYT1XF–France's King Louis XIV is shown here introducing to the court his grandson, Philippe de France, also Duke of Anjou.
RM2M65HDA–Margaret of Anjou (1430-1482. Illuminated manuscripted entitled 'Mariage d'Henri VI et de Marguerite d'Anjou (Marriage of Henry VI and Margaret of Anjou), c. 1484
RMGG2E0B–Louis of France, Duke of Anjou, king of Naples, Sicilia and Jerusalem (he died in 1384) 14th century France
RMDN6HTM–Roger of Lauria (1245-1305), Sicilian-Aragonese admiral, receives the son of Charles of Anjou as a prisoner. Engraving.
RM2CY6XFT–Electrical boring machine in an Anjou Slate Quarry - Slate quarries of the Anjou, France, 1919
RMD88974–MARGARET OF ANJOU
RMEEE8XR–Statue of Charles I of Anjou ( Charles I 1227 – 1285 King of Sicily ) Sculpture1277 circa Marble cm 200 by Arnolfo di Cambio (1240/1245 - 1302/1310) Roman Rome Capitoline Museum Italy Roman Rome Capitoline Museum Italy
RM2G2B03J–Francis, Duke of Anjou and Alençon (1555-1584), portrait painting by unknown artist, 1572
RMEJXMN6–Margaret of Anjou, queen of King Henry VI of England.
RMEC84CJ–Francis; Duke of Anjou and Alençon (1555 – 1584); was the youngest son of Henry II of France and Catherine de' Medici.
RMKJMPR2–The capture, by Charles of Anjou, of King Manfred's wife Helena Angelina Doukaina and four children Beatrice, Frederick, Henry and Azzolino, after his death in 1266. Manfred, 1232 – 1266. King of Sicily. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMERFTYW–King Henry II (reigned 1154- 1189). Henry of Anjou, an exceptionally able King, found England devastated by civil war, and left
RFCNXWJY–Joanna I of Anjou, Giovanna d'Angi?, Queen of Naples, 1326 - 1382, historic wood engraving, about 1897
RMFFMAC6–Mary of Anjou, 14.10.1404 - 29.11.1463, Queen consort of France 18.12.1422 - 22.7.1461, portrait, coloured steel engraving by August Weger, Leipzig, circa 1870, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMRWH69J–The King of France Charles VIII He enters Florence, during his descent in Italy in a painting by Giuseppe Bezzuoli -The descent of the king of France Charles VIII in Italy in 1494 - The king of France Charles VIII claimed the right to the throne of Naples (then in the hands of the Aragonese, but once owned by the Angevins) as descendant of the Anjou (1404-1463)
RM2D9KFG2–FRANCIS, DUKE OF ANJOU (1555-1584) youngest son of Henry II of France and Catherine de' Medici
RMMH924X–Henry VI and his queen, Margaret of Anjou, receive a book from John Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury, 1400s. Printed color lithograph
RM2A3RKEF–On 24 November 1700, Philip, Duke of Anjou was declared king of Spain (Philip V). Engraving/ 1701-1706
RMPFGT7W–France, Loire Valley, Anjou, River Loire at Montsoreau, boat by riverside.
RMBNCN9R–Black and White Illustration of Queen Margaret of Anjou, Wife of King Henry VI
RMGCF322–Count Of Anjou ridden by Richard Hughes (left) and Excellent Aim ridden by Shane Kelly during the Alex Scott Maiden Stakes
RMP68XR4–Francis; Duke of Anjou and Alençon (1555 – 1584); was the youngest son of Henry II of France and Catherine de' Medici.
RME9YPH5–Roger of Lauria (1245-1305), Sicilian-Aragonese admiral, receives the son of Charles of Anjou as a prisoner. Engraving. Colored.
RMPGNYRX–Philippe de France, Duke of Anjou wearing the clothes he wore to his brother coronation; he holds the crown of a son of France, circa 1654
RMD8872C–MARGARET OF ANJOU
RMWH8EPP–The Duc d'Anjou (Duke of Anjou) recognized as the King of Spain, 1700. King Philip V of Spain (1683-1746) or Philippe of Anjou, was king of Spain from 1700 to 1746, the first of the Bourbon dynasty in Spain. The Sun King by Nancy Mitford, page 200.
RM2G2B060–Entry of Françis, Duke of Anjou (1555-1584) into Antwerp under the Triumphal Arch at St. Jan's Bridge on 19 February 1582, painting by Monogrammist MHVH, 1582-1600
RMEG41M3–Margaret of Anjou, queen of King Henry VI of England.
RMEC84BT–The 'French Fury' was a failed attempt by Francis; Duke of Anjou; to conquer the city of Antwerp by surprise on January 17; 1583.
RMRYMMAF–Pedro II of Aragon arriving for a proposed duel with Charles of Anjou in 1283 to bring to a rapid end The War of the Sicilian Vespers or War of the Vespers. The duel never actually took place as Pedro arrived early and finding nobody there forced a notary to record the absence, and therefore defeat, of the enemy, likewise Charles arriving later also found nobody there and declared his victory. From Ilustracion Artistica, published 1887.
RMERG17T–René of Anjou, Count of Provence, kneeling in praying position beside crown, wearing navy blue velvet robes, an ermine cape, and a black hat. b. 1409 – 1480. c. 1847, hand-painted copy of a painting at Aix-en-Provence Cathedral.
RMTW9DMD–Margaret of Anjou, illustration of: Francklin, Thomas: the earl of Warwick. A Tragedy. 5th act, 5th scene: to the battle of Tewkesbury (4.5.1471) is Margaret of Anjou captivated, to in front of Eduard IV carried to will. left-wing is of the hurting Richard Neville, earl of Warwick mapping. coloured mezzotint by William Dickinson based on a painting by John Graham notation : in veritableness dying Richard Neville, earl of Warwick however already in the battle of Barnet (14.4.1471), together with his brother John Neville, 1st marquess of Montagu, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMT4TFBX–the condemnation of Corradino di Svevia defeated by Charles I of Anjou in 1268 - Tried and sentenced to death, he was beheaded in Campo Moricino (the current Piazza del Mercato in Naples), on 29 October 1268Tried and sentenced to death, he was beheaded in Campo Moricino (the current Piazza del Mercato in Naples), on 29 October 1268 - Tried and sentenced to death, he was beheaded in Campo Moricino (the current Piazza del Mercato in Naples), on 29 October 1268
RME1427M–Mar. 31, 2012 - A Maine-Anjou Bull at the International Agriculture Show
RMAR3JE4–Fontevrault Abbey Anjou France
RM2A3RKEC–Philip, Duke of Anjou is presenting the Spanish crown (as king Philip V of Spain) at 1st November 1700. Engraving. 1701-1706.
RMPFHHYN–France, Loire Valley, Anjou, Angers, vegetable on sale at market stall.
RMBTTR4P–John Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury presenting a book to Margaret of Anjou and King Henry VI 1445; Black and White Illustration;
RMDC5Y94–Philippe, Duke of Anjou, declared King of Spain - Philip V Spanish: Felipe V, French: Philippe de France, 19 December 1683 - 9
RM2A5YM2D–Manuscript of a knight of Patro. A 14th Century address by the people of Prato to their protector, Robert of Anjou, King of Naples (the top portion of the knight's shield stands for Naples). Dated 14th Century
RMMK2N0D–Charles II of Naples (1254-1309), also known as Charles the Lame. King of Naples, Count of Provence and Forcalquier (1285-1309), Prince of Achaea (1285-1289) and Count of Anjou and Maine (1285-1290). He was the son of Charles I of Anjou and Beatrice of Provence. Engraving, 16th century. Later colouration.
RMCE5HYY–Royal French Ladies Court of Marie of Anjou (1404-63) Queen Consort of King Charles VII of France & Cardinal Robert Blondel. Vintage Illustrtation
RMD88970–MARGARET OF ANJOU
RF2J7G7YN–This image, dating to around 1899, shows the Edward of Lancaster, born 1453 and only child of Henry VI, and his mother, Margaret of Anjou, with robber of Hexham who, with his comrades, had captured them This robber helped the two reach France. Edward’s birth led to War of Roses. The artist is Frances Brundage, an American who died in 1937.
RMMGG3PH–Queen Margaret of Anjou and the robber of Hexham
RME605HG–Charles of Anjou, Charles I of Naples, at his investiture as senator of Rome.
RMG1DAWH–Henry VI and Margaret of Anjou with their courtiers. John Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury kneels before the Queen to present her with a book.
RMM7RTAR–Talbot, with his dog, presenting the Talbot Shrewsbury Book to Margaret of Anjou and Henry VI, 1445. John Talbot, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury and 1st Earl of Waterford, c.1384/1387 – 1453, aka Old Talbot. English military commander during the Hundred Years' War. Henry VI, 1421 – 1471. King of England. Margaret of Anjou, 1430 – 1482. Queen of England as the wife of King Henry VI. From Old England: A Pictorial Museum, published 1847.
RMERG118–Marguerite of Anjou, Queen of England, wife of Henry VI King of England. l Margaret ed the Lancastrian contingent in the Wars of the RosesMargaret of Anjou : 23 March 1430 – 25 August 1482 c. 1847 hand-painted copy of 15 th century emboridery .
RFFE0HP6–PORTRAITS: Henry VI; wedding of & Margaret Anjou, antique print 1845
RMBHN8E6–Marie of Anjou, Queen of France, Robert Blondel presenting the book 'Douze perilz d'Enfer', 1455, after miniature from manuscript, 15th century, chromolithograph, ,
RMM6RPJE–1912 French illustration, The Three students of Fenelon (Dukes of Bourgogne, Anjou and, Berry) - Three grand children of Louis XIV
RME10BKB–Mar. 06, 1972 - A Maine-Anjou Bull at the International Agriculture Show
RMG1MC24–Margaret of Anjou, Queen of Henry VI attacked by robbers in woodland Stipple
RMDDMMHF–'Margaret of Anjou taken prisoner after the Battle of Tewkesbury', 1875. Artist: Sir John Gilbert
RMPFPTMX–France, Anjou, Loire Valley, Fontevraud-l'Abbaye, tombs of the Plantagenets, Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine
RM2G5DFTW–A vintage travel poster for Anjou, Angers et Saumur in Brittany, France
RM2A3RJXF–By the will of king Charles II of Spain, Philip Duke of Anjou was named heir to the Spanish throne. Engraving. 1701-1706 by P. Schenk
RMRYDC3A–Relief of Cambrai by the Duke of Anjou, 1581. The troops of Parma leave their positions. Jan Luyken, 1679 - 1684
RMHP1W5N–Simone Martini (h.1284-1344). Italian painter of the Sienese school. Saint Louis of Toulouse crowning Robert of Anjou, king of Naples, 1317. In the predella, scenes of the saint's life. Museum of Capodimonte. Naples. Italy.
RMCE5J11–Royal French Ladies Court of Marie of Anjou (1404-1463) Queen Consort of Charles VII of France & Chaplain Robert Blondel (1380-1460) in 1455. Vintage Illustration or Miniature Painting
RMG37RG6–MARGARET OF ANJOU
RMDWXXJW–Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou. Victorian woodcut circa 1845
RMHE27P5–Margaret of Anjou 1430 – 1482) was the wife of King Henry VI of England. After the Battle of Northampton in 1460 when she and her son were fleeing to Wales they encountered robbers and narrowly escaped.
RMEX250E–King Henry VI (kneeling in prayer) and his queen, Margaret of Anjou, with a courtier. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Giarre and Stanghi from Giulio Ferrario's Costumes Ancient and Modern of the Peoples of the World, Florence, 1847.
RMG2NJPX–Painting of King René of Anjou Livre du Cuer d'Amour shows Caur, Vif-Désir, and Largesse embarking with Fiancé and Actente. Dated 15th Century
RMGRRC73–Jacques Cathelineau aka Saint of Anjou, 1759 – 1793. French Vendéan insurrection leader during the French Revolution.
RMERFW47–Empress Matilda, later Countess of Anjou and Lady of the English (1102 – 1167) was the daughter and dispossessed heir of Henry I of England. She was married to Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor, and then to Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou. She was the mother of Henry II. For many years she contested Stephen's right to the throne
RMBB681C–Richard I 'the Lionheart', 8.9.1157 - 6.4.1199, King of England 1189 - 1199, his grave, Fontevrault Abbey, Anjou, France, 1199, ,
RMM4R38C–Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou, Geoffrey V (1113–1151) was Duke of Normandy. By his marriage to the Empress Matilda, daughter of Henry I of England, Geoffrey had a son, Henry Curtmantle, who succeeded to the English throne as King Henry II (1154-1189) becoming the first Plantagenet King of England
RME10BMB–Mar. 10, 1972 - Duke Alfonso of Anjou and Cadiz married General Franco's granddaughter, Carmen Mart?nez-Bordiu.
RMG1BPCY–Margaret of Anjou, Queen of Henry VI attacked by robbers in woodland Stipple
RMDDN406–'Study for Margaret of Anjou taken Prisoner after the Battle of Tewkesbury', 1873. Artist: Sir John Gilbert
RFPM983X–Statue of Charles I of Anjou, Capitoline Museums, Rome, Italy
RMWH8M28–The marriage of Margaret of Anjou to Henry VI from a contemporary manuscript
RMA4J6YH–John Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury, presenting a book to Margaret of Anjou, c1445, (1910). Artist: Unknown
RMPPT186–The Battle between Charles of Anjou and Manfred Hohenstaufen for Sicily; Paris, France; about 1405; Tempera colors, gold leaf
RMHP1W5K–Simone Martini (h.1284-1344). Italian painter of the Sienese school. Saint Louis of Toulouse crowning Robert of Anjou, king of Naples, 1317. In the predella, scenes of the saint's life. Museum of Capodimonte. Naples. Italy.
RM2D70FM6–France, Maine et Loire, Loire Anjou Touraine Regional Natural Park, Montreuil Bellay, Thouet river, Notre Dame collegiate church and the castle // Fra
RMG38DJM–GEOFFREY OF ANJOU
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