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Stephen I Collection

Background imageStephen I Collection: King Stephens queen petitioning to the Empress Matilda for the release of her husband, 1141 (1793)

King Stephens queen petitioning to the Empress Matilda for the release of her husband, 1141 (1793). From Ashburtons History of England, by Charles Alfred Ashburton. [W. & J

Background imageStephen I Collection: Stephen (Of Blois), (c1911). Creator: Unknown

Stephen (Of Blois), (c1911). Creator: Unknown
Stephen (Of Blois), (c1911). King Stephen I of England. From an engraved portrait in the British Museum'. Published in "The Portrait Book of Our Kings and Queens 1066-1911"

Background imageStephen I Collection: Stephen, (c1096-1154), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Stephen, (c1096-1154), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Stephen, (c1096-1154), 1830. Stephen (c1096-1154), known as Stephen of Blois, King of England from 22 December 1135 to his death, Count of Boulogne 1125-1147 and Duke of Normandy from 1135-1144

Background imageStephen I Collection: King Saint Stephen in the battle with the Turks, ca. 1718-1719. Creator: Anonymous

King Saint Stephen in the battle with the Turks, ca. 1718-1719. Creator: Anonymous
King Saint Stephen in the battle with the Turks, ca. 1718-1719. Found in the Collection of Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava

Background imageStephen I Collection: The Baptism of Vajk, 1875. Creator: Benczur, Gyula (1844-1920)

The Baptism of Vajk, 1875. Creator: Benczur, Gyula (1844-1920)
The Baptism of Vajk, 1875. Found in the Collection of Magyar Nemzeti Galeria

Background imageStephen I Collection: Furness Abbey, c1896. Artist: Green Brothers

Furness Abbey, c1896. Artist: Green Brothers
Furness Abbey, c1896. From Pictorial England and Wales. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, c1896]

Background imageStephen I Collection: Battle of the Standard, Northallerton, Yorkshire, 22nd August 1138, (1880). Artist

Battle of the Standard, Northallerton, Yorkshire, 22nd August 1138, (1880). Artist
Battle of the Standard, Northallerton, Yorkshire, 22nd August 1138, (1880). Some form of ceremony is taking place next to the fire in the countryside

Background imageStephen I Collection: Henry of Anjou and Stephen confer across the Thames, 1153 (1864)

Henry of Anjou and Stephen confer across the Thames, 1153 (1864). Henry of Anjou (1133-1189) and Stephen of Blois (1096-1154)

Background imageStephen I Collection: Matilda is permitted to retire from Arundel, Sussex, 1139 (1864)

Matilda is permitted to retire from Arundel, Sussex, 1139 (1864). Matilda (1102-1167), the daughter of Henry I of England

Background imageStephen I Collection: Wreck of the White Ship, France, 1120 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Wreck of the White Ship, France, 1120 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Wreck of the White Ship, Normandy, France, 1120 (1864). The wreck of the White Ship claimed the life of the 17 year old William Adelin (1103-1120)

Background imageStephen I Collection: The crowns of English sovereigns from William the Conqueror to Charles I, 1937

The crowns of English sovereigns from William the Conqueror to Charles I, 1937. A plate from the Illustrated London News: Coronation Record Number, (London, 1937)

Background imageStephen I Collection: Henry and Stephen confer across the Thames, 1153 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Henry and Stephen confer across the Thames, 1153 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Henry and Stephen confer across the Thames, 1864. Henry of Anjou, Henry II (5 March 1133 - 6 July 1189), and King Stephen, (1135-1154) confer across the Thames, 1153 at Wallingford

Background imageStephen I Collection: Stephen, 1935

Stephen, 1935. King Stephen (1096-1154). Stephen was king of England from 1135 until his death in 1154. From Kings & Queens of England - A Series of 50. [John Player & Sons, London, 1935]

Background imageStephen I Collection: Virgin and child with Saints James, John the Baptist, Pope Stephen I and Francis

Virgin and child with Saints James, John the Baptist, Pope Stephen I and Francis. Found in the Collection of Museo dell Accademia Etrusca e della Citta di Cortona

Background imageStephen I Collection: Stephen, 1856. Artist: Alfred Crowquill

Stephen, 1856. Artist: Alfred Crowquill
Stephen, 1856. From Alfred Crowquills Comic History of the Kings and Queens of England - From William the Conqueror to the Present Time. [Read & Co. London, 1856]

Background imageStephen I Collection: Stephen, 1788

Stephen, 1788. Stephen (1096-1154), King of England from 1135 to his death. From The History of England, by David Hume. [T. Cadell & R Baldwin, Edinburgh, 1788]

Background imageStephen I Collection: A Man of the Time of Stephen, 1907. Artist: Dion Clayton Calthrop

A Man of the Time of Stephen, 1907. Artist: Dion Clayton Calthrop
A Man of the Time of Stephen, 1907. From English Costume, painted and described by Dion Clayton Calthrop. [Adam & Charles Black, London, 1907]

Background imageStephen I Collection: King Stephen in Prison, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech

King Stephen in Prison, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech
King Stephen in Prison, c1860, (c1860). Stephen (c1092-1154) known as Stephen of Blois, grandson of William the Conqueror and King of England from 1135 to 1154

Background imageStephen I Collection: Stephen, (1092-1154), c1787

Stephen, (1092-1154), c1787. Often referred to as Stephen of Blois, he was a grandson of William the Conqueror and King of England from 1135 to his death

Background imageStephen I Collection: Stephen and Matilda, rivals for the crown of England, (1932). Artist: Rosalind Thornycroft

Stephen and Matilda, rivals for the crown of England, (1932). Artist: Rosalind Thornycroft
Stephen and Matilda, rivals for the crown of England, (1932). Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154

Background imageStephen I Collection: King Stephen, 1783. Artist: Hawkins

King Stephen, 1783. Artist: Hawkins
King Stephen, 1783. After Samuel Wale (1721-1786). From New Complete and Authentic History of England, by Edward Barnard. [Alex Hogg, London, 1783]

Background imageStephen I Collection: A Woman of the Time of Stephen, 1907. Artist: Dion Clayton Calthrop

A Woman of the Time of Stephen, 1907. Artist: Dion Clayton Calthrop
A Woman of the Time of Stephen, 1907. From English Costume, painted and described by Dion Clayton Calthrop. [Adam & Charles Black, London, 1907]

Background imageStephen I Collection: Budapest. - St Stephen s-statue, c1900

Budapest. - St Stephen s-statue, c1900. Stephen I, also known as King Saint (c. 975-1038) was the last Grand Prince of the Hungarians between 997 and c1001

Background imageStephen I Collection: King Stephen, 1793

King Stephen, 1793. From Ashburtons History of England, by Charles Alfred Ashburton. [W. & J. Stratford, High Holborn, London, 1793]

Background imageStephen I Collection: Male costume, 1135-1154, (1904)

Male costume, 1135-1154, (1904)

Background imageStephen I Collection: Stephen, King of England, 1788

Stephen, King of England, 1788. From Harrisons Edition of Rapins History of England, by Paul Rapin de Thoyras. [John Harrison, London, 1788]

Background imageStephen I Collection: Flight of Matilda from Oxford, 1142 (1789)

Flight of Matilda from Oxford, 1142 (1789). Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154

Background imageStephen I Collection: Meeting of Stephen and Prince Henry at Wallingford, Oxfordshire, 1153

Meeting of Stephen and Prince Henry at Wallingford, Oxfordshire, 1153. The middle of the 12th century in England was dominated by a civil war between the rival claimants to the throne, Matilda

Background imageStephen I Collection: Flight of Matilda from Oxford, 1142

Flight of Matilda from Oxford, 1142. Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154. He supported the claim to the throne of Matilda (1102-1167)

Background imageStephen I Collection: Revolt of the citizens of London against Matilda, 1141

Revolt of the citizens of London against Matilda, 1141. Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154

Background imageStephen I Collection: The Empress Matilda and the Queen of Stephen, 12th century

The Empress Matilda and the Queen of Stephen, 12th century. Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154

Background imageStephen I Collection: King Stephen taken prisoner, 1141

King Stephen taken prisoner, 1141. Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154. He supported the claim to the throne of Matilda (1102-1167)

Background imageStephen I Collection: King Stephen (1096-1154). Artist: Smith

King Stephen (1096-1154). Artist: Smith
King Stephen (1096-1154). Stephen was king of England from 1135 until his death in 1154

Background imageStephen I Collection: King Stephen (1096-1154), 18th century. Artist: George Vertue

King Stephen (1096-1154), 18th century. Artist: George Vertue
King Stephen (1096-1154), 18th century. Stephen was king of England from 1135 until his death in 1154

Background imageStephen I Collection: Stephen, King of England. Artist: Smith

Stephen, King of England. Artist: Smith
Stephen, King of England. Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154, when he was succeeded by his cousin Henry II, the first of the Angevin or Plantagenet Kings

Background imageStephen I Collection: The Empress Matilda refusing to release king Stephen, 1141. Artist: J Rogers

The Empress Matilda refusing to release king Stephen, 1141. Artist: J Rogers
The Empress Matilda refusing to release king Stephen, 1141. Flight of Matilda from Oxford, 1142. Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154

Background imageStephen I Collection: Stephen of England, (17th century). Artist: P Vanderbanck

Stephen of England, (17th century). Artist: P Vanderbanck
Stephen of England, (17th century). King Stephen (c1096-1154) reigned from 1135 to 1154

Background imageStephen I Collection: Stephen of England, (1788). Artist: I Taylor

Stephen of England, (1788). Artist: I Taylor
Stephen of England, (1788). King Stephen (c1096-1154) reigned from 1135 to 1154

Background imageStephen I Collection: Stephen of England, (1812). Artist: Neagle

Stephen of England, (1812). Artist: Neagle
Stephen of England, (1812). King Stephen (c1096-1154) reigned from 1135 to 1154

Background imageStephen I Collection: King Stephen

King Stephen. Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154, when he was succeeded by his cousin Henry II, the first of the Angevin or Plantagenet Kings

Background imageStephen I Collection: Stephen, the last Norman King of England, 1860

Stephen, the last Norman King of England, 1860. Portrait of King Stephen (1096-1154)

Background imageStephen I Collection: Equestrian statue of St Stephen, 19th century. Artist: Strobylos

Equestrian statue of St Stephen, 19th century. Artist: Strobylos
Equestrian statue in Budapest of St Stephen, the first king of Hungary (967 or 969 or 975 -15 August 1038), 19th century

Background imageStephen I Collection: Empress Matilda escaping from the besieged Oxford Castle, 1142 (c19th century)

Empress Matilda escaping from the besieged Oxford Castle, 1142 (c19th century). Matilda was the wife of Henry V of Germany, daughter of Henry I of England and mother of Henry II

Background imageStephen I Collection: St Etienne, c1589-1632. Artist: Carlo Bononi

St Etienne, c1589-1632. Artist: Carlo Bononi
St Etienne, c1589-1632. St Stephen I, Pope from 254-257 and St Agatha, Sicilian saint (c250), holding a silver cup containing her severed breasts. Above them an Angel brings martyrs palm leaves

Background imageStephen I Collection: Empress Matilda, daughter and dispossessed heiress of Henry I of England, c1860

Empress Matilda, daughter and dispossessed heiress of Henry I of England, c1860. Matilda (1102-1167) allowed by the King, Stephen, to leave Arundel Castle for Gloucester in 1139


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