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  1. Catarina Swynford (nascida Catarina de Roet em inglês: Katharine; 25 de novembro de 1350 — 10 de maio de 1403) foi a filha de Payne de Roet, um arauto flamengo de Hainault. Catarina foi a terceira esposa de João de Gante, Duque de Lencastre, e os seus descendentes formaram a família Beaufort, que teve um papel essencial na Guerra das Rosas.

  2. Appearance. Personality. Coat of arms. In history and art. Issue. Notes. References. Bibliography. Katherine Swynford, Duchess of Lancaster (born Katherine de Roet, c. 1349 – 10 May 1403) was the third wife of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, the fourth (but third surviving) son of King Edward III .

  3. 29 de nov. de 2021 · Home. Period. Medieval. Katherine Swynford: the scandalous duchess and ancestress of royal dynasties. Katherine Swynford is best known as the mistress, and then wife, of John of Gaunt, whose whole life was riddled with scandal. Perhaps she is known more as the subject of a 20th-century romantic novel than for her real life.

  4. 22 de jan. de 2020 · Known for: Katherine Swynford was the governess of the children of John of Gaunt, then his mistress, and finally his wife. John of Gaunt was a son of King Edward III of England. Katherine Swynford was, through the children she had with John of Gaunt before their marriage, an ancestor of the Beaufort family, key players in such ...

  5. 21 de ago. de 2011 · Katherine Swynford (c.1350-1403) WHN / August 21, 2011. Katherine Swynford was born Katherine de Roët, the daughter of a minor court official who served in the court of Queen Philippa of Hainault, the wife of Edward III of England. Her family were prominent landowners in Hainault, on the modern French/Belgian border, but she had no ...

  6. Catarina Swynford foi a filha de Payne de Roet, um arauto flamengo de Hainault.

  7. 3 de nov. de 2013 · Katherine de Swynford might be the most well known, and perhaps the most well-loved, by readers of historical fiction, of all medieval mistresses, but what did this elusive woman actually look like? Some historical figures, particularly from the Tudor era, are easily recognisable.