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  1. 10 de abr. de 2024 · Matilda had a younger, legitimate brother, William Adelin, and her father's relationships with numerous mistresses resulted in around 22 illegitimate siblings.[nb 3] Little is known about Matilda's earliest life, but she probably stayed with her mother, was taught to read, and was educated in religious morals.[7][nb 4] Among the nobles at her mother's court were her uncle David, later the King ...

  2. On the 25th November 1120, the heir to the English throne William Adelin drowned in a shipwreck. His premature demise plunged the country into an anarchic succession crisis. It was likely this crisis that led to the foundation of Reading Abbey a year later in 1121. In this blog, learn about this significant crisis from England's royal history known today as the White Ship Disaster.

  3. 1 de set. de 2023 · However, the untimely death of her brother, William Adelin, in the White Ship disaster of 1120, ... “Matilda: Queen of the English,” by Helen Castor, ISBN-13: 978–0062298503

  4. 1 de ago. de 2016 · Matilda of England, or Empress Matilda as she is perhaps better known, was born circa 7 February 1102 as the daughter of King Henry I of England and Matilda of Scotland. Matilda had a younger legitimate brother, William Adelin, and around 22 illegitimate half-siblings. We don’t know much about her early life, but she was taught to read.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › White_ShipWhite Ship - Wikipedia

    A direct result of William Adelin's death was the period known as the Anarchy. The White Ship disaster had left Henry I with only one legitimate child, a second daughter named Matilda. Although Henry I had forced his barons to swear an oath to support Matilda as his heir on several occasions, a woman had never ruled in England in her own right.

  6. William Adelin war der Sohn von Heinrich I von England und Matilda von Schottland und Erbe des englischen Throns. Er starb ohne Nachkommen beim Untergang des White Ship, was zu dem als Die Anarchie bekannten Bürgerkrieg in England führte. William wurde in Winchester geboren. Sein Vater Heinrich I hatte seine Mutter Matilda von Schottland geheiratet, um seine englischen Untertanen zu vereinen ...

  7. 14 de mai. de 2022 · 1120 (25th November evening) It was after dark when the White Ship left Barfleur with around 300 passengers on board. William Adelin called for the ship to go as fast as possible to overtake the King. Captain FitzStephen set sail but as the ship left the harbour it struck a partially submerged rock, known as Quilleboeuf, on its port side.