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Matilda Empress, consort of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor 1102-1167

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Works: 41 works in 105 publications in 3 languages and 7,463 library holdings
Genres: History  Fiction  Biography  Historical fiction  Military history  Documentary television programs  Suspense fiction  Biographical fiction 
Classifications: DA28.2,
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Publications about Matilda
Most widely held works about Matilda
    When Christ and his saints slept by Sharon Kay Penman( Book )
    7 editions published between 1995 and 2010 in English and held by 1,432 libraries worldwide
    In the 12th Century, a king's daughter and her cousin fight for the crown of England. She is Maude, the only legitimate daughter of 23 children sired by Henry I. He is Stephen of Blois, who in a daring move seizes the crown. The people accept him, but Maude will obtain revenge through her son, the future Henry II
    The siege winter by Ariana Franklin( Book )
    6 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 1,069 libraries worldwide
    A traumatized apprentice archer, disguised as a boy, and the young chatelaine of a strategically important fortress risk their lives to support the Empress Matilda's campaign for the throne of mid-12th-century England
    The fatal crown by Ellen Jones( Book )
    6 editions published between 1991 and 2013 in English and German and held by 874 libraries worldwide
    From shadowy intrigues at court and church, to battlefields where there are no victories, Maud and Stephen accept the destiny that forces them to surrender their love for a crown
    The passionate enemies by Jean Plaidy( Book )
    8 editions published between 1976 and 2008 in English and held by 819 libraries worldwide
    When the son of Henry I dies without leaving a male heir, the king commands that his daughter, Matilda, the childless widow of German Emperor Henry V, is to rule after his death. Against her will she is made to marry 16-year-old Geoffrey of Anjou. However, Henry's nephew, Stephen of Blois also has a fair claim to the throne and the two become passionate enemies in an armed struggle for the English Crown
    The Empress Matilda : queen consort, queen mother, and lady of the English by Marjorie Chibnall( Book )
    5 editions published between 1991 and 1999 in English and held by 591 libraries worldwide
    "Granddaughter of William the Conqueror and of King Malcolm of the Scots, and daughter of Henry I, Matilda fought for the throne of England, arguably hers by right, for nine years, and was denied it largely because she was a woman. In valour and determination Matilda may be compared with Boudicca or with Elizabeth I." "This is the first fully documented account of her extraordinary, action-packed life to have been published in English. Book jacket."--Jacket
    No dark place by Joan Wolf( Book )
    5 editions published between 1999 and 2009 in English and held by 481 libraries worldwide
    Hugh Corbaille, adopted son of the Sheriff of Lincoln, sets out to prove himself the rightful Earl of Wiltshire and to seek justice for his murdered birth father
    Stephen and Matilda : the civil war of 1139-53 by Jim Bradbury( Book )
    4 editions published between 1996 and 2011 in English and held by 272 libraries worldwide
    Civil war and the battle for the English Crown dominated the reign of King Stephen, and this popular account is the only complete account of the complex and fascinating military situation. The war is examined in detail throughout the various campaigns, battles and sieges of the period, including the two major battles at the Standard and Lincoln, showing that Stephen always held more ground than his opponents and was mostly on the offensive. The nature of the warfare and the reasons for its outcome are examined, along with comment on the strategy, tactics, technology in arms and armour, an
    She-wolves: England's early queens ( visu )
    1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 259 libraries worldwide
    Hosted and based on the book by Dr. Helen Castor, and filmed on location in England and France, this BBC series explores the lives of seven English queens who challenged male power, the fierce and fiery reactions they provoked, and whether, in fact, much has changed
    The lioness roared : the problems of female rule in English history by Charles Beem( Book )
    4 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 245 libraries worldwide
    Charles Beem has identified a specific yet panoramic set of problems facing female rulers throughout British history, from the twelfth century empress Matilda's imaginative efforts to become England's first regnant queen, to Queen Victoria's remarkable exercise of political power during the Bedchamber Crisis of 1839"--Jacket
    Empress Matilda : uncrowned queen of England by Nesta Pain( Book )
    3 editions published in 1978 in English and held by 236 libraries worldwide
    The forgotten queen by Haley Elizabeth Garwood( Book )
    2 editions published between 1997 and 1998 in English and held by 180 libraries worldwide
    She-wolves : the women who ruled England before Elizabeth by Helen Castor( Book )
    4 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 123 libraries worldwide
    The boy in the bed was just fifteen years old. He had been handsome, perhaps recently; but now his face was swollen and disfigured by disease, and by the treatments his doctors had prescribed him in the attempt to ward off its ravages
    Lady of the English by Elizabeth Chadwick( Book )
    2 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in English and held by 110 libraries worldwide
    Queen Adeliza is married to a warrior who supports Stephen, grandson of the Conqueror, while her stepdaughter, Empress Matilda, will let no one, not even Stephen himself, stand in the way of her inheritance
    Kaiserin Mathilde, Mutter Heinrichs von Anjou, und das Zeitalter der Anarchie in England by Oskar Rössler( Book )
    5 editions published between 1897 and 1965 in German and held by 90 libraries worldwide
    The siege winter : a novel by Ariana Franklin( file )
    1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 67 libraries worldwide
    A powerful historical novel by the late Ariana Franklin and her daughter Samantha Norman, The Siege Winter is a tour de force mystery and murder, adventure and intrigue, a battle for a crown, told by two courageous young women whose fates are intertwined in twelfth century England's devastating civil war. 1141. England is engulfed in war as King Stephen and his cousin, the Empress Matilda, vie for the crown. In this dangerous world, not even Emma, an eleven-year-old peasant, is safe. A depraved monk obsessed with redheads kidnaps the ginger-haired girl from her village and leaves her for dead. When an archer for hire named Gwyl finds her, she has no memory of her previous life. Unable to abandon her, Gwyl takes the girl with him, dressing her as a boy, giving her a new name--Penda--and teaching her to use a bow. But Gwyn knows that the man who hurt Penda roams free, and that a scrap of evidence she possesses could be very valuable. Gwyl and Penda make their way to Kenilworth, a small but strategically important fortress that belongs to fifteen-year-old Maud. Newly wedded to a boorish and much older husband after her father's death, the fierce and determined young chatelaine tempts fate and Stephen's murderous wrath when she gives shelter to the empress. Aided by a garrison of mercenaries, including Gwyl and his odd red-headed apprentice, Maud will stave off Stephen's siege for a long, brutal winter that will bring a host of visitors to Kenilworth--kings, soldiers...and a sinister monk with deadly business to finish
    The empress by Carola Oman( Book )
    4 editions published between 1932 and 1969 in English and held by 56 libraries worldwide
    Twice royal lady by Hilary Green( Book )
    3 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 41 libraries worldwide
    Destined from childhood to be an important piece in the intricate chess game of power, Matilda is the granddaughter of William the Conqueror but also descended, through her mother, from the ancient line of Anglo-Saxon kings. Betrothed to Emperor Henry of Germany at the age of eight, she is married at twelve and crowned Empress. By her early twenties she is a widow, and the only surviving legitimate heir to her father, Henry l of England. Forced into a second marriage to a boy ten years younger, she gives birth to three sons, the male heirs her father longs for. However, on his sudden death, the throne is usurped by her cousin, Stephen. Matilda is forced to choose between her husband and her rights as her father's heir. Intelligent, determined and courageous, she chooses to fight for her rights
    The lion's legacy by Juliet Dymoke( Book )
    1 edition published in 1974 in English and held by 31 libraries worldwide
    The Empress Maud by Richard William Alan Onslow( Book )
    3 editions published in 1939 in English and held by 27 libraries worldwide
    Laberinto de pasiones by Jean Plaidy( Book )
    1 edition published in 1995 in Spanish and held by 18 libraries worldwide
 
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Alternative Names
Aaliz 1102-1167
Adela 1102-1167
Carica Matilda
Cisárovná Maud
Empress Matilda daughter of King Henry I of England, wife of Holy Roman Emperor Henry V
Împărăteasa Matilda
Kaisarina Matilda
Keisrinna Matilda
Mahaut reine d'Angleterre
Mahaut reine d'Angleterre 1102-1167
Mathilde 1102-1167 Anjou, Gräfin
Mathilde 1102-1167 Empress, consort of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor
Mathilde 1102-1167 England, Prinzessin
Mathilde Anjou, Gräfin 1102-1167
Mathilde comtesse d'Anjou 1102-1167
Mathilde, Empress, consort of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor, 1102-1167
Mathilde England, Prinzessin 1102-1167
Mathilde impératrice germanique 1102-1167
Mathilde van Engeland erfgename van Hendrik I van Engeland. Echtgenote van keizer Hendrik V en Godfried V van Anjou
Mathildis
Mathildis reine d'Angleterre 1102-1167
Matild császárné
Matilda
Matilda 1102-1167 Princess, consort of Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou
Matilda 1102-1167 Princess, daughter of Henry I, King of England
Matilda 1102-1167 Princess of England, consort of Geoffrey, Count of Anjou
Matilda af England
Matilda Anjou, Gräfin 1102-1167
Matilda av England
Matilda Bro-Saoz
Matilda di Anglia
Matilda England, Prinzessin 1102-1167
Matilda Gemahlin des deutschen Kaisers Heinrich V.
Matilda Heiliges Römisches Reich, Kaiserin 1102-1167
Matilda, kraljica Engleske
Matilda od Engleske
Matilda of England 1102-1167
Matilda, Princess, consort of Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou, 1102-1167
Matilda, Princess, daughter of Henry I, King of England, 1102-1167
Matilda, Princess of England, consort of Geoffrey, Count of Anjou, 1102-1167
Matilda reine d'Angleterre
Matilda reine d'Angleterre 1102-1167
Matilda van Engeland
Matilde
Matilde d'Anglaterra
Matilde de Inglaterra
Matilde d'Inghilterra imperatrice del Sacro Romano Impero dal 1114 al 1125
Matilde Ingalaterrakoa
Matthildur keisaraynja
Matylda
Matylda Anglická
Maud 1102-1167 Empress, consort of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor
Maud av England
Maud, Empress, consort of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor, 1102-1167
Maude 1102-1167 Empress, consort of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor
Maude Empress 1102-1167
Maude, Empress, consort of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor, 1102-1167
Nữ hoàng Matilda
Yr Ymerodres Matilda
Αυτοκράτειρα Ματθίλδη
Матилда
Матилда од Енглеске
Матильда
Матильда королева Англии в 1141 году, дочь и наследница короля Генриха I
Мацільда, каралева Англіі
Мод
Մաթիլդա
מתילדה הקיסרית
ماتيلدا ملكة إنجلترا
ملکه ماتیلدا
จักรพรรดินีมาทิลดา
მატილდა
마틸다
マティルダ
马蒂尔达皇后
Languages
English (68)
German (6)
Spanish (1)
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