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Duke Robert Collection

Background imageDuke Robert Collection: 'The Building of the New Castle on the Tyne, 1080', from a picture by W. B. Scott, 1865

"The Building of the New Castle on the Tyne, 1080", from a picture by W. B. Scott, 1865. Engraving of a painting

Background imageDuke Robert Collection: Lisbon Captured by French Troops under Robert of Normandy. Creator: Crispijn van de Passe

Lisbon Captured by French Troops under Robert of Normandy. Creator: Crispijn van de Passe
Lisbon Captured by French Troops under Robert of Normandy

Background imageDuke Robert Collection: Robert of Normandy at the Castle of the Count of Conversano, c1890. Creator: Unknown

Robert of Normandy at the Castle of the Count of Conversano, c1890. Creator: Unknown
Robert of Normandy at the Castle of the Count of Conversano, c1890. Robert Curthose (c1051-1134), negotiated his marriage to Sybilla of Conversano, daughter of Geoffrey of Brindisi

Background imageDuke Robert Collection: Robert, Son of William the Conqueror, saving the Fathers Life, at the Battle of Gerberoy, 1773

Robert, Son of William the Conqueror, saving the Fathers Life, at the Battle of Gerberoy, 1773. Robert Curthose (c1051-1134) at the Battle of Gerberoy in 1435. After Samuel Wale (1721-1786)

Background imageDuke Robert Collection: Robert, Duke of Normandy, captured at the Battle of Tinchebraye, Normandy, 1106 (1864)

Robert, Duke of Normandy, captured at the Battle of Tinchebraye, Normandy, 1106 (1864). Taken prisoner by the Breton clerk, Baudri

Background imageDuke Robert Collection: Robert wounding his father, King William I, Normandy, 1079 (1864)

Robert wounding his father, King William I, Normandy, 1079 (1864)
Duke Robert of Normandy wounding his father, King William I, Normandy, 1079 (1864). Robert Curthose (1051-1134) fighting his father

Background imageDuke Robert Collection: Robert Curthoses monument, Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire

Robert Curthoses monument, Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire. This monument, in coloured bog oak, is of Robert Curthose, eldest son of William the Conqueror

Background imageDuke Robert Collection: Robert taken prisoner by the clerk Baudri, 1106 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Robert taken prisoner by the clerk Baudri, 1106 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Robert taken prisoner by the clerk Baudri, 1864. Robert Curthose, Duke of Normandy (c1051-1134) and elder brother of Henry I, taken prisoner by the Breton clerk, Baudri at Tinchebraye, Normandy

Background imageDuke Robert Collection: Robert wounds his father, 1079 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Robert wounds his father, 1079 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Robert wounds his father, 1864. Robert Curthose, (c1051-1134), sometimes known as Robert II or Robert III, was Duke of Normandy from 1087 until 1106

Background imageDuke Robert Collection: The Effects of Extravagance, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech

The Effects of Extravagance, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech
The Effects of Extravagance, c1860, (c1860). Robert Curthose (c1051-1134) the Duke of Normandy from 1087 until 1106, eldest son of William I (c1028-1087)

Background imageDuke Robert Collection: Robert Curthose trying to get a Bill discounted, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech

Robert Curthose trying to get a Bill discounted, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech
Robert Curthose trying to get a Bill discounted, c1860, (c1860). Robert Curthose (c1051-1134) the Duke of Normandy from 1087 until 1106

Background imageDuke Robert Collection: Robert of Normandy a Prisoner in Cardiff Castle, (19th century). Artist: Oupre

Robert of Normandy a Prisoner in Cardiff Castle, (19th century). Artist: Oupre
Robert of Normandy a Prisoner in Cardiff Castle, (19th century). Robert III, Duke of Normandy (c1051-1134) was an unsuccessful claimant to the English throne

Background imageDuke Robert Collection: Duke Robert Goes To Palestine, 11th century, (c1850)

Duke Robert Goes To Palestine, 11th century, (c1850). Robert went on the First Crusade to the Holy Land in 1096. Colour plate from Pictures of English History, George Routledge & Sons, (London)


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