Robertus (comes Glocestriae)

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Robertus filius regis, filius videlicet nothus Henrici I (natus saeculo XI exeunte; mortuus die 31 Octobris 1147), comes Glocestriae a patre creatus, fuit sectator sororis Mathildis in bello quod contra Stephanum regem gessit. Mabiliam mense Iunio 1119 in matrimonium duxit.

Roberto dicavit Galfridus Monemutensis Historiam regum Britanniae. Exemplar huius operis Robertus mutuatus est quodam Gualtero Espec, qui librum Constantiae praebuit, patronae Galfridi Gaimar. Gaimar usus est ad componendum opus de Bruto Troiano et progenie sua Britannica; hoc opus autem hodie deperditum est. Eruditi nonnulli Robertum fuisse censent qui exemplar aliud monasterio Beccensi donaverit: ibi Henricus Huntindoniensis mense Ianuario 1139 repperit et perlegit.[1]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Martin Aurell, "Henry II and Arthurian Legend" in Christopher Harper-Bill, Nicholas Vincent, edd., Henry II: new interpretations (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2007. ISBN 978-1-84383-340-6) pp. 362-394, esp. pp. 368-369

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • David Crouch, "Robert, first earl of Gloucester (b. before 1100, d. 1147)" in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography edd. H. C. G. Matthew, Brian Harrison (Oxonii: Oxford University Press, 2004) Situs venalis
  • David Crouch, "Robert of Gloucester's Mother and Sexual Politics in Norman Oxfordshire" in Historical Research vol. 72 (1999) pp. 323–332
  • David Crouch, "Robert, earl of Gloucester and the daughter of Zelophehad" in Journal of Medieval History vol. 11 (1985) pp. 227–243
  • C. Given-Wilson, A. Curteis, The Royal Bastards of Medieval England. Londinii, 1984
  • David S. Spear, ed., The Personnel of the Norman Cathedrals during the Ducal Period, 911–1204. Londinii, 2006
  • R. B. Patterson, ed., Earldom of Gloucester Charters. Oxonii, 1973
  • R. B. Patterson, "William of Malmesbury's Robert of Gloucester: a re-evaluation of the Historia Novella" in American Historical Review vol. 70 (1965) pp. 983–97
  • K. Thompson, "Affairs of State: the illegitimate children of Henry I" in Journal of Medieval History vol. 29 (2003) pp. 129–151
  • W. M. M. Picken, "The Descent of the Devon Family of Willington from Robert Earl of Gloucester" in O. J. Padel, ed., A Medieval Cornish Miscellany (Cicestriae: Phillimore, 2000)

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