Richard I of England (n. Beaumont Palace, Oxford, 8 in September of 1157 – Châlus, Limousin, Francia, 6 April of 1199), known as Richard the Lionheart, was King of England between 1189 and 1199, the third son of King Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine.
He spent many years of his reign outside of his Kingdom, Since much of their domains were in France. He took part in the third crusade, with campaigns in Sicily and Cyprus on the road and, He then spent a period arrested by Leopold V, Duke of Austria.
The traditional image of Richard Lion heart, the second Plantagenet King of England, has been preserved for centuries in a romantic version, as a glorious Cross and wandering knight, captured by the Emperor of Austria after returning from the Holy Land and rescued by the young Blondel Troubadour who discovered singing a known ballad.
Richard received the title of Lionheart at the beginning of the third crusade, compared with Philippe as a lamb and Richard as a lion. He convinced his officers in Winchester of the round table, belong to the legend of King Arthur and possess magic sword Excalibur.
Ricardo was a generous gentleman and sagacious politician, but, above all, a great soldier. His own personal prowess in battle was an inspiration to his men.
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