RMG3AXAG–RICHARD I, THE LIONHEART (1157 - 1199) King of England (1189-99)
RMC783R3–Richard I, 1157 – 1199. King of England, Duke of Normandy, Duke of Aquitaine, Duke of Gascony, Lord of Cyprus
RMA2BBYK–King Richard I one of a set of 50 EDITORIAL USE ONLY
RMCPPC78–Statue of King Richard I of England, Richard the Lionheart, outside Palace of Westminster, Houses of parliament, London
RMCW5BMG–Chertsey tiles: Richard I the Lion-Heart and Saladin
RM2D9T7GE–Richard the Lionheart. King Richard I of England (1157-1199), illustration by John Augustus Atkinson, 1811.
RM2BN49XC–King of England Richard I, 'The Lionhearted.' Hand-colored halftone of an illustration
RMH3WPXJ–Engraving of the seal of King Richard I (1157-1199). Dated 12th Century
RM2B60KNY–RICHARD I OF ENGLAND (1157-1199) in an 1830 illustration
RMRHPNDX–Richard I in the Holy Land. By Henry Justice Ford (1860-1941). Richard I (1157-1199) was King of England from 1189 until his death. Richard was a central Christian commander during the Third Crusade. The Third Crusade (1189-1192) was an attempt by the leaders of the three most powerful states of Western Christianity to reconquer the Holy Land following the capture of Jerusalem by the Ayyubid sultan, Saladin, in 1187.
RMDJ7HPM–British School. Richard I. Circa 1626. Oil on panel. Dulwich Picture Gallery, London.
RMB7EE4C–Triumphal Entry of Richard I and Philip Augustus into Acre 1191 Illustration
RM2AYG5CB–The awakening of Richard Coeur de Lion or La Reine Bérangèr - The awakening of Richard the Lionheart or Queen Bérangère - Berengaria of Navarre 1834 by Lecomte Hippolyte 1781-1857. French, France, ( Richard I 1157 – 1199 King of England from 1189 until his death. He was the second king of the House of Plantagenet. )
RFEHRFEH–Statue of King Richard I, known as the LionHeart, at the Palace of Westminster, London, England, UK.
RMB2DB84–King Richard I on his way to Palastine - 3rd Crusade
RMFCEB9N–Recumbent effigy of Richard I of England at the Royal Abbey of Fontevraud, Anjou, France
RFR53MDE–Digital improved reproduction, The Battle of Arsuf was a battle of the Third Crusade in which Richard I of England defeated the forces of Ayyubid leader Saladin, Die Schlacht von Arsuf war eine Schlacht zur Zeit des Dritten Kreuzzugs, bei der die StreitkrÃ¤fte unter Richard LÃ¶wenherz jene unter Saladin in der NÃ¤he des Ortes Arsuf besiegten, original print from the 19th century
RMG1MC1P–King Richard I, the, Lionheart, Third Crusade in Palestine
RMB64CRR–Statue of Richard I in the courtyard of Houses of Parliament in Westminster London UK
RMG39NNT–KING RICHARD I, THE LIONHEART (1157 - 1199) Reigned 1189 - 1199
RME1C24H–Coronation of King Richard I in 1189 in Westminster Abbey, London, England.
RMCP2PAC–Illustration of the Great Seals of King Henry II, King Richard I and King John
RMC8N9PC–Richard I 1157 1199 King of England Lord Count Overlord Brittany Cœur de Lion Richard the Lionheart military leader warrior
RMCW5BMD–Luttrell Psalter, f° 82 : Richard I the Lion-Heart and Saladin
RMD71MDK–London, England, UK. Statue (1860) of Richard I / Lionheart / Coeur de Lion (1157-99) outside the Houses of Parliament.
RMDB924R–The Statue of King Richard I Outside The Houses of Parliament, London, England
RMP06GRR–'Richard I', 1935. Artist: Unknown.
RMBMXJPG–KING RICHARD I of England - Richard Coeur de Lion - (1157-199)
RM2C6GCGM–Richard I the Lionheart, King of England - Merry-Joseph Blondel, 1841
RMC4KK4X–King Richard I (1189-1199) pewter sculpture by Royal Hampshire Art Foundry (Richard The Lion Heart)
RMERHN4H–Richard I coronation procession, 3 September 1189 Used as illustration in manuscript celebrating coronation of George V in 1910. Reads: ‘The Golden Book of the Coronation of his Most Gracious Majesty George V, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland….’
RME8F9KD–Richard I the Lionheart (From the Historia Anglorum, Chronica majora). Artist: Paris, Matthew (c. 1200-1259)
RMDC8D3E–Muslims' capitulation at Acre during the Third Crusade, 1191 AD. Hand-colored woodcut
RMAGWXFT–Rouen Cathedral France Tomb Containing King Richard I Heart
RMA7WWR7–United Kingdom, London, parliament house and Richard I statue
RMRCX4HH–Richard I the Lionheart (From the Historia Anglorum, Chronica majora). Museum: BRITISH LIBRARY. Author: PARIS, MATTHEW.
RMG3PDAG–Richard I or Richard the Lionheart, 1157-1199, King of England, Richard I. Löwenherz, 1157-1199, König von England
RMHN20NJ–Merry-Joseph Blondel - Richard I the Lionheart
RMG37WE6–THIRD CRUSADE Richard I, after taking Cyprus en route, lands at Acre, after which he stays in Palestine for 16 months Date: 8 June 1191
RMAABR80–Berengaria of Navarre, c.1163/65 - 1230. Queen consort of Richard I of England.
RMBN83TD–Richard the Lionheart stained glass, Abbey Dore, Herefordshire, England, UK
RMAA4KNK–England. London. Statue of King Richard I, 'Lionheart'
RMFWWE7G–British School - Richard I
RF2BDXMJN–Richard I, King of England
RMTAACDP–'Richard I and Isaac of Cypru's. By Francois Edouard Zier (1856-1924). King Richard I (1157-1199) was also known as Richard the Lionheart. The Plantagenet King of England is pictured here with the penitent Isaac Komnenos of Cyprus. Richard having conquered the island.
RMW7CDRG–King Richard I. Artist: Unknown
RMB7KCNA–RICHARD I Richard the Lionheart leads the Crusaders against Saladin's Muslim army at the Battle of Arsuf in September 1191
RMT8P56E–Richard I of England pardons his brother Prince (later King) John at the behest of their mother, Eleanor of Aquitaine, illustration by Edmund Evans, 1864
RMH3WPXR–Engraved portrait of King Richard I (1157-1199). Dated 12th Century
RMERFTYX–King Richard I (reigned 1189 - 1199). Fighting was the breath of life to Richard Lionheart, and the Third Crusade appealed to
RMDE721N–Richard I the Lionheart, 1813. Artist: Betton & Evans of Shrewsbury (active First Half of 19th cen.)
RMADJBR5–King Richard I (the Lionhearted) bidding farewell to the Holy Land after the Third Crusade 1100s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMTA29KJ–Richard I, known as Richard the Lionheart, King of England from 1189 to 1199.
RME0R2X5–Richard I of England (1157-1199), known as Richard the Lionheart. King of England. Engraving.
RM2K2JXKH–Painting depicting King Richard I (1157-1199) in Palestine during the King's Crusade, an attempt by European leaders to reconquer the Holy Land from Saladin. Dated 12th Century
RMKG83TD–Richard I at The Battle of Jaffa, 1192
RMEJXMMB–Berengaria of Navarre, queen consort of King Richard I of England.
RMG37YP6–King Richard I
RMB3X454–John submits to his brother King Richard I while their mother Eleanor of Aquitane looks on.
RMBN828N–Richard the Lionheart stained glass, Abbey Dore, Herefordshire, England, UK
RMAA4KNR–England. London. Statue of King Richard I, 'Lionheart'
RMFWWE47–British - Richard I - Portrait
RM2BDXMNY–Richard I, King of England
RM2GFFB00–Richard I of England at the Battle of Jaffa
RMW2DT49–'Richard I. of England (Coeur-De-Lion)', 1890. Creator: Unknown.
RMBFR1BJ–KING RICHARD I of England watches as 2700 prisoners are executed following the capture of Acre in 1191 on the Third Crusade
RM2PK8DYN–Richard the Lionheart, Richard I of England (1157-1199), King of England (1189-1199), illuminated manuscript portrait painting, before 1399
RMMR3X9J–Woodcut depicting Richard I of England (1157-1199) King of England until his death. Dated 16th century
RMERGR62–Richard I or Richard the Lionheart, portrait. King of England from 1189 until his death. 8 September 1157 – 6 April 1199.
RMG95GYW–Portrait of Richard I, taken from his tomb at Fontervrault. From a mid 19th century engraving.
RMMKCBDR–Berengaria of Navarre, Queen of England as wife of Richard I, 1100s. Digitally colored engraving
RMBBT4J5–Priests interceding with King Richard I of England pleading for the release of the Bishop of Beauvais
RME6N36D–Richard I of England (1157-1199), known as Richard the Lionheart. King of England. Engraving. Colored.
RMHTMJ38–Richard I (1157-99) Coeur de Lion (Lionheart), king of England from 1189. From metrical romance 'Richard Coeur de Lion' printed by Wynkyn de Worde (dc1535), London, 1528. Woodcut showing Richard in armour mounted on caparisoned horse.
RMK26CEY–Prince John's submission to Richard I, 1194
RMEG41KJ–Berengaria of Navarre, queen consort of King Richard I of England.
RMD86R9E–King Richard I
RMB3Y09H–Richard I of England aka Richard the Lionheart, 1157 to 1199.
RMENTY7D–King Richard I and his attendants see an unknown knight unhorse his opponent in the jousting at a rehearsal of the remarkable Aldershot Searchlight Tattoo which opens on June 18th. P003614
RMTRGP5X–Massacre of the Jews at the Coronation of Richard I, Illustration from John Cassell's Illustrated History of England, Vol. I from the earliest period to the reign of Edward the Fourth, Cassell, Petter and Galpin, 1857
RMH2EJ60–RICHARD I. WOUNDED AT THE SIEGE OF THE CASTLE OF CHALUZ. - from 'Cassell's Illustrated Universal History' - 1882
RM2BDXMPD–Richard I, King of England
RMAMH5BG–Richard The Lionheart Cœur de Lion English monarch 1157 1199 I 1 king ruler Angevin Empire great military leader Poitou Christia
RMBHA3M9–Berengaria of Navarre, c.1165-1170 to 1230. Queen of the English as the wife of King Richard I of England.
RFT2GY70–Statue of Richard I. Old Palace Yard
RM2PK8DTP–Richard I of Normandy (932-996), also known as Richard the Fearless was the Count of Rouen (942-996), illuminated manuscript portrait painting, before 1399
RMHHED4A–Richard I, Coeur de Lion, (1157-1199), King of England from 1189, on his deathbed pardoning the archer who shot him.
RMW1057W–Engraving of William Longsword (c. 893 – 942) second ruler of Normandy, and family, with his son Richard I (932 – 996), also known as Richard the Fearless. From an early edition of The Little Duke.
RM2AYG5E6–The awakening of Richard Coeur de Lion or La Reine Bérangèr - The awakening of Richard the Lionheart or Queen Bérangère - Berengaria of Navarre 1834 by Lecomte Hippolyte 1781-1857. French, France, ( Richard I 1157 – 1199 King of England from 1189 until his death. He was the second king of the House of Plantagenet. )
RMMP5TW4–Effigy of English King Richard I, the Lion-hearted, on his tomb at Fontevraud Abbey, France. Color lithograph
RMBXEA8K–King Richard I (The Lion Heart) on his death bed forgiving Bertrand de Gurdun
RMC2JTD4–Richard I of England , known as Richard the Lionheart (1157-1199). Crusader forces praying before going into battle. Dore.
RMHTMJ03–Richard I, Coeur de Lion or Lionheart (1157-99),left,king of England from 1189, and Saladin, Sal al-Din al-Ayyubu, (1137-93) in combat during Crusade of 1191, Third Crusade. Encaustic tiles, 1250-60, Chertsey Abbey, Surrey. B.M., London
RMKMATN4–Capture of Richard I (the Lionheart) by Austrian soldiers, December 1192
RMC7PAAJ–Berengaria, Queen of Richard I (d. 1230).
RMD86R9C–King Richard I
RMAFECFR–Richard I aka Richard The Lionheart, 1157-1199. English monarch.
RMFCEB9M–Recumbent effigy of Richard I of England at the Royal Abbey of Fontevraud, Anjou, France
RM2HKCY31–Antique 18th century engraving of Richard I of England. Richard I (1157-1199) was King of England from 1189 until his death in 1199. SOURCE: ORIGINAL ENGRAVING by George Vertue (1684-1756)
RMCENR16–Richard I Coeur de Lion (1157-99) king of England from 1189 .Wood engraving end of XIX th century - London
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