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Robert I., im modernen Englisch besser bekannt als Robert Bruce, auch Robert the Bruce, war von bis zu seinem Tod König von Schottland. Die mittelalterliche schottisch-gälische Schreibweise lautete Roibert a Briuis, die. Robert I., im modernen Englisch besser bekannt als Robert Bruce, auch Robert the Bruce (* Juli ; † 7. Juni in Cardross, Dunbartonshire), war von. Robert Bruce ist der Name folgender Personen: Robert the Bruce (–), König von Schottland, siehe Robert I. (Schottland) · Robert Bruce, Lord of. Um versuchen die Engländer auch Schottland zu übernehmen. Doch die Schotten unter Robert the Bruce wehren sich. Bei Bannockburn kommt es zur. Als es zum Krieg zwischen England und Schottland um die Oberherrschaft über die Schotten kam, zögerte der schottische Adelige Robert Bruce.

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Robert the Bruce – Schottlands größter Krieger im Kampf um die Unabhängigkeit – verlor alles, was er liebte, Familie, Freunde, seine Heimat und sein Land! Doch​. Robert I., im modernen Englisch besser bekannt als Robert Bruce, auch Robert the Bruce, war von bis zu seinem Tod König von Schottland. Die mittelalterliche schottisch-gälische Schreibweise lautete Roibert a Briuis, die. Als es zum Krieg zwischen England und Schottland um die Oberherrschaft über die Schotten kam, zögerte der schottische Adelige Robert Bruce.

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Edit Storyline The story of the nobleman-turned-outlaw hero who was crowned king of Scots in the 14th century. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Angus Macfadyen stated that he had written the script to this film 12 years before filming production initially began in February of Was this review helpful to you?

Yes No Report this. Country: USA. Apart from failing to fulfill a vow to undertake a crusade he died utterly fulfilled, in that the goal of his lifetime's struggle—untrammelled recognition of the Bruce right to the crown—had been realised, and confident that he was leaving the kingdom of Scotland safely in the hands of his most trusted lieutenant, Moray, until his infant son reached adulthood.

It remains unclear just what caused the death of Robert, a month before his fifty-fifth birthday. Contemporary accusations that Robert suffered from leprosy, the "unclean sickness"—the present-day, treatable Hansen's disease —derived from English and Hainault chroniclers.

None of the Scottish accounts of his death hint at leprosy. Penman states that it is very difficult to accept the notion of Robert as a functioning king serving in war, performing face-to-face acts of lordship, holding parliament and court, travelling widely and fathering several children, all while displaying the infectious symptoms of a leper.

His Milanese physician, Maino De Maineri , did criticise the king's eating of eels as dangerous to his health in advancing years.

A team of researchers, headed by Professor Andrew Nelson from University of Western Ontario have determined that Robert the Bruce did not have leprosy.

They examined the original casting of the skull belonging to Robert the Bruce's descendant Lord Andrew Douglas Alexander Thomas Bruce, and a foot bone that had not been re-interred.

They determined that skull and foot bone showed no signs of leprosy, such as an eroded nasal spine and a pencilling of the foot bone.

The king's body was embalmed , and his sternum sawn open to allow extraction of the heart, which Sir James Douglas placed in a silver casket to be worn on a chain around his neck, with Sir Simon Locard holding the key.

Robert's viscera were interred in the chapel of Saint Serf the ruins of which are located in the present-day Levengrove Park in Dumbarton , his regular place of worship and close to his manor house in the ancient Parish of Cardross.

A file of mourners on foot, including Robert Stewart and a number of knights dressed in black gowns, accompanied the funeral party into Dunfermline Abbey.

A canopy chapel or 'hearse' of imported Baltic wood was erected over the grave. Robert I's body, in a wooden coffin, was then interred within a stone vault beneath the floor, underneath a box tomb of white Italian marble purchased in Paris by Thomas of Chartres after June When a projected international crusade failed to materialise, Sir James Douglas and his company, escorting the casket containing Bruce's heart, sailed to Spain where Alfonso XI of Castile was mounting a campaign against the Moorish kingdom of Granada.

Clair and John de St. In August the Scots contingent formed part of the Castilian army besieging the frontier castle of Teba.

Under circumstances which are still disputed, Sir James and most of his companions were killed. The sources all agree that, outnumbered and separated from the main Christian army, a group of Scots knights led by Douglas was overwhelmed and wiped out.

The surviving members including Sir Simon Locard of the company recovered Douglas' body together with the casket containing Bruce's heart.

The heart, together with Douglas' bones were brought back to Scotland. In accordance with Bruce's written request, the heart was buried at Melrose Abbey in Roxburghshire.

It was reburied in Melrose Abbey in , pursuant to the dying wishes of the King. On 17 February , workmen breaking ground on the new parish church to be built on the site of the eastern choir of Dunfermline Abbey uncovered a vault before the site of the former abbey high altar.

Over the head of the body the lead was formed into the shape of a crown. The Barons of Exchequer ordered that the vault was to be secured from all further inspection with new stones and iron bars and guarded by the town constables, and that once the walls of the new church were built up around the site, an investigation of the vault and the remains could take place.

The cloth of gold shroud and the lead covering were found to be in a rapid state of decay since the vault had first been opened 21 months earlier.

The sternum was found to have been sawn open from top to bottom, permitting removal of the king's heart after death. The skeleton, lying on the wooden coffin board, was then placed upon the top of a lead coffin and the large crowd of curious people who had assembled outside the church were allowed to file past the vault to view the king's remains.

The published accounts of eyewitnesses such as Henry Jardine and James Gregory confirm the removal of small objects at this time. Bruce's descendants include all later Scottish monarchs and all British monarchs since the Union of the Crowns in A large number of families definitely are descended from him.

His tomb, imported from Paris , was extremely elaborate, carved from gilded alabaster. It was destroyed at the Reformation , but some fragments were discovered in the 19th century now in the Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.

The site of the tomb in Dunfermline Abbey was marked by large carved stone letters spelling out "King Robert the Bruce" around the top of the bell tower , when the eastern half of the abbey church was rebuilt in the first half of the 19th century.

In the Bruce Memorial Window was installed in the north transept , commemorating the th anniversary of the year of his birth. It depicts stained glass images of the Bruce flanked by his chief men, Christ , and saints associated with Scotland.

A statue of Robert the Bruce is set in the wall of Edinburgh Castle at the entrance, along with one of William Wallace.

The building also contains several frescos depicting scenes from Scots history by William Brassey Hole in the entrance foyer, including a large example of Bruce marshalling his men at Bannockburn.

A statue of Robert Bruce stands in the High Street in Lochmaben and another in Annan erected in front of the town's Victorian hall.

An annual commemorative dinner has been held in his honour in Stirling since Swords inscribed with Robert's name probably date from the 16th century rather than earlier.

There is one in the Wallace Collection and a missing one in Ireland. According to a legend, at some point while he was on the run after the Battle of Methven, Bruce hid in a cave where he observed a spider spinning a web, trying to make a connection from one area of the cave's roof to another.

It tried and failed twice, but began again and succeeded on the third attempt. Inspired by this, Bruce returned to inflict a series of defeats on the English, thus winning him more supporters and eventual victory.

The story serves to illustrate the maxim: "if at first you don't succeed, try try try again. This legend first appears in a much later account, Tales of a Grandfather by Sir Walter Scott published between and The entire account may in fact be a version of a literary trope used in royal biographical writing.

Riding with the heavy cavalry, de Bohun caught sight of Bruce, who was armed only with his battle-axe.

De Bohun lowered his lance and charged, and Bruce stood his ground. At the last moment, Bruce swiftly dodged the lance, raised in his saddle, and with one mighty swing of his axe, struck Bohun so hard that he split de Bohun's iron helmet and his head in two, a blow so powerful that it shattered the very weapon into pieces.

Afterwards the King merely expressed regret that he had broken the shaft of his favourite axe. To this day, the story stands in folklore as a testament of the determination of the Scottish people and their culture.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Robert Bruce disambiguation. King of Scotland from until his death in King of Scots.

The face of Robert the Bruce by forensic sculptor Christian Corbet. Isabella of Mar Elizabeth de Burgh. Main article: Battle of Bannockburn.

Main article: Bruce campaign in Ireland. Main article: Dunfermline Abbey. Ancestors of Robert the Bruce 8.

Robert Bruce, 4th Lord of Annandale 4. Robert de Brus, 5th Lord of Annandale 9. Isobel of Huntingdon 2. Robert de Brus, 6th Lord of Annandale Gilbert de Clare, 5th Earl of Hertford 5.

Isabella de Clare Isabel Marshal 1. Robert I of Scotland Cailean mac Donnchaidh 6. Niall, Earl of Carrick Unknown mother 3.

Marjorie Walter Stewart, 3rd High Steward of Scotland 7. Margaret Stewart See also: Cultural depictions of Robert the Bruce.

This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Lochmaben has a claim, as a possession of the Bruce family, but is not supported by a medieval source.

Contemporary claims of the Bruce estate at Writtle , Essex, during the coronation of Edward, have been discounted by G. Excavations of —09 identified the likely site of the manor house at 'Pillanflatt', Renton, West Dunbartonshire , beside the River Leven, opposite Dumbarton and some 4 miles 6 kilometres east of the modern village of Cardross; however, historic cultivated land, quarry and canal works at Mains of Cardross may also point to a possible location for Robert's manor.

The Peerage. Retrieved 12 August Scottish History: Robert The Bruce. Heinemann Library. King Robert the Bruce. Retrieved 3 November BBC News.

Kaeuper Woodbridge, , pp. Edinburgh: Birlinn. The Scottish War of Independence. National Library of Scotland. Retrieved 10 August University of Glasgow.

Retrieved 19 June History of Dentistry Research Newsletter. Archived from the original PDF on 1 February Retrieved 24 September Western News.

Retrieved 2 March Duncan Regesta Regum Scottorum, vol. Retrieved 20 June Historum — History Forums. Retrieved 23 May Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Oxford: Oxford University Press. Diffinicione successionis ad regnum Scottorum: royal succession in Scotland in the later middle ages.

In: Making and breaking the rules: succession in medieval Europe, c. Turnhout: Brepols. The Bruce. Canongate Classics. Edinburgh: Canongate Books.

LI, no. The Church of Scotland. Retrieved 20 October Retrieved 28 January Archeolodzy odkryli dowody". Crazy Nauka in Polish.

Diese E-Mail-Adresse existiert bei uns click here nicht. Einer der vielen Legenden nach sollen sie zusammen auch ein uneheliches Kind gezeugt haben. John Comyn führte die Verhandlungen. Unterstützt wird er von konkurrierenden Clans. September englische filme schauen Brücke von Sterling überqueren. Diesen Hinweis in Zukunft nicht mehr anzeigen. Er wurde wahrscheinlich von einer anderen Familie aus der Gegend aufgezogen, was of grey 2 netflix damaligen lokalen Gebräuchen entsprach.

Pudo haber sido enviado a educarse con una familia local, como era la costumbre. En , la Corona de Escocia fue cedida a su pariente lejano, Juan de Baliol.

Soules fue nombrado en gran medida porque no era partidario de Bruce ni de Comyn. Mientras Inglaterra y Escocia acordaban varios tratados, William Wallace fue finalmente capturado cerca de Glasgow y ejecutado el 23 de agosto de Las damas de su familia fueron enviadas a Kildrummy en enero de Las fuerzas del rey Eduardo I marcharon de nuevo al norte en la primavera.

Bruce fue capturado en un santuario en Tain y su hermano Nigel fue ejecutado. Casado en primeras nupcias con Isabella de la Mar , tuvo una hija:.

Casado en segundas nupcias con Isabel de Burgh , tuvo cuatro hijos:. De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre. Estatua de Roberto Bruce en Bannockburn , Escocia.

Ancestros de Roberto I de Escocia. Publisher: Heinemann. Datos: Q Multimedia: Robert the Bruce. Vistas Leer Editar Ver historial. Wikimedia Commons.

John Balliol. Marjorie , Condesa de Carrick. Isabella de Mar Elizabeth de Burgh. Escudo de Roberto I. William Bruce. It remains unclear just what caused the death of Robert, a month before his fifty-fifth birthday.

Contemporary accusations that Robert suffered from leprosy, the "unclean sickness"—the present-day, treatable Hansen's disease —derived from English and Hainault chroniclers.

None of the Scottish accounts of his death hint at leprosy. Penman states that it is very difficult to accept the notion of Robert as a functioning king serving in war, performing face-to-face acts of lordship, holding parliament and court, travelling widely and fathering several children, all while displaying the infectious symptoms of a leper.

His Milanese physician, Maino De Maineri , did criticise the king's eating of eels as dangerous to his health in advancing years.

A team of researchers, headed by Professor Andrew Nelson from University of Western Ontario have determined that Robert the Bruce did not have leprosy.

They examined the original casting of the skull belonging to Robert the Bruce's descendant Lord Andrew Douglas Alexander Thomas Bruce, and a foot bone that had not been re-interred.

They determined that skull and foot bone showed no signs of leprosy, such as an eroded nasal spine and a pencilling of the foot bone. The king's body was embalmed , and his sternum sawn open to allow extraction of the heart, which Sir James Douglas placed in a silver casket to be worn on a chain around his neck, with Sir Simon Locard holding the key.

Robert's viscera were interred in the chapel of Saint Serf the ruins of which are located in the present-day Levengrove Park in Dumbarton , his regular place of worship and close to his manor house in the ancient Parish of Cardross.

A file of mourners on foot, including Robert Stewart and a number of knights dressed in black gowns, accompanied the funeral party into Dunfermline Abbey.

A canopy chapel or 'hearse' of imported Baltic wood was erected over the grave. Robert I's body, in a wooden coffin, was then interred within a stone vault beneath the floor, underneath a box tomb of white Italian marble purchased in Paris by Thomas of Chartres after June When a projected international crusade failed to materialise, Sir James Douglas and his company, escorting the casket containing Bruce's heart, sailed to Spain where Alfonso XI of Castile was mounting a campaign against the Moorish kingdom of Granada.

Clair and John de St. In August the Scots contingent formed part of the Castilian army besieging the frontier castle of Teba.

Under circumstances which are still disputed, Sir James and most of his companions were killed. The sources all agree that, outnumbered and separated from the main Christian army, a group of Scots knights led by Douglas was overwhelmed and wiped out.

The surviving members including Sir Simon Locard of the company recovered Douglas' body together with the casket containing Bruce's heart.

The heart, together with Douglas' bones were brought back to Scotland. In accordance with Bruce's written request, the heart was buried at Melrose Abbey in Roxburghshire.

It was reburied in Melrose Abbey in , pursuant to the dying wishes of the King. On 17 February , workmen breaking ground on the new parish church to be built on the site of the eastern choir of Dunfermline Abbey uncovered a vault before the site of the former abbey high altar.

Over the head of the body the lead was formed into the shape of a crown. The Barons of Exchequer ordered that the vault was to be secured from all further inspection with new stones and iron bars and guarded by the town constables, and that once the walls of the new church were built up around the site, an investigation of the vault and the remains could take place.

The cloth of gold shroud and the lead covering were found to be in a rapid state of decay since the vault had first been opened 21 months earlier.

The sternum was found to have been sawn open from top to bottom, permitting removal of the king's heart after death.

The skeleton, lying on the wooden coffin board, was then placed upon the top of a lead coffin and the large crowd of curious people who had assembled outside the church were allowed to file past the vault to view the king's remains.

The published accounts of eyewitnesses such as Henry Jardine and James Gregory confirm the removal of small objects at this time.

Bruce's descendants include all later Scottish monarchs and all British monarchs since the Union of the Crowns in A large number of families definitely are descended from him.

His tomb, imported from Paris , was extremely elaborate, carved from gilded alabaster. It was destroyed at the Reformation , but some fragments were discovered in the 19th century now in the Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.

The site of the tomb in Dunfermline Abbey was marked by large carved stone letters spelling out "King Robert the Bruce" around the top of the bell tower , when the eastern half of the abbey church was rebuilt in the first half of the 19th century.

In the Bruce Memorial Window was installed in the north transept , commemorating the th anniversary of the year of his birth. It depicts stained glass images of the Bruce flanked by his chief men, Christ , and saints associated with Scotland.

A statue of Robert the Bruce is set in the wall of Edinburgh Castle at the entrance, along with one of William Wallace.

The building also contains several frescos depicting scenes from Scots history by William Brassey Hole in the entrance foyer, including a large example of Bruce marshalling his men at Bannockburn.

A statue of Robert Bruce stands in the High Street in Lochmaben and another in Annan erected in front of the town's Victorian hall.

An annual commemorative dinner has been held in his honour in Stirling since Swords inscribed with Robert's name probably date from the 16th century rather than earlier.

There is one in the Wallace Collection and a missing one in Ireland. According to a legend, at some point while he was on the run after the Battle of Methven, Bruce hid in a cave where he observed a spider spinning a web, trying to make a connection from one area of the cave's roof to another.

It tried and failed twice, but began again and succeeded on the third attempt. Inspired by this, Bruce returned to inflict a series of defeats on the English, thus winning him more supporters and eventual victory.

The story serves to illustrate the maxim: "if at first you don't succeed, try try try again. This legend first appears in a much later account, Tales of a Grandfather by Sir Walter Scott published between and The entire account may in fact be a version of a literary trope used in royal biographical writing.

Riding with the heavy cavalry, de Bohun caught sight of Bruce, who was armed only with his battle-axe. De Bohun lowered his lance and charged, and Bruce stood his ground.

At the last moment, Bruce swiftly dodged the lance, raised in his saddle, and with one mighty swing of his axe, struck Bohun so hard that he split de Bohun's iron helmet and his head in two, a blow so powerful that it shattered the very weapon into pieces.

Afterwards the King merely expressed regret that he had broken the shaft of his favourite axe. To this day, the story stands in folklore as a testament of the determination of the Scottish people and their culture.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Robert Bruce disambiguation. King of Scotland from until his death in King of Scots.

The face of Robert the Bruce by forensic sculptor Christian Corbet. Isabella of Mar Elizabeth de Burgh. Main article: Battle of Bannockburn.

Main article: Bruce campaign in Ireland. Main article: Dunfermline Abbey. Ancestors of Robert the Bruce 8. Robert Bruce, 4th Lord of Annandale 4.

Robert de Brus, 5th Lord of Annandale 9. Isobel of Huntingdon 2. Robert de Brus, 6th Lord of Annandale Gilbert de Clare, 5th Earl of Hertford 5.

Isabella de Clare Isabel Marshal 1. Robert I of Scotland Cailean mac Donnchaidh 6. Niall, Earl of Carrick Unknown mother 3. Marjorie Walter Stewart, 3rd High Steward of Scotland 7.

Margaret Stewart See also: Cultural depictions of Robert the Bruce. This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Lochmaben has a claim, as a possession of the Bruce family, but is not supported by a medieval source.

Contemporary claims of the Bruce estate at Writtle , Essex, during the coronation of Edward, have been discounted by G. Excavations of —09 identified the likely site of the manor house at 'Pillanflatt', Renton, West Dunbartonshire , beside the River Leven, opposite Dumbarton and some 4 miles 6 kilometres east of the modern village of Cardross; however, historic cultivated land, quarry and canal works at Mains of Cardross may also point to a possible location for Robert's manor.

The Peerage. Retrieved 12 August Scottish History: Robert The Bruce. Heinemann Library. King Robert the Bruce.

Retrieved 3 November BBC News. Kaeuper Woodbridge, , pp. Edinburgh: Birlinn. The Scottish War of Independence.

National Library of Scotland. Retrieved 10 August University of Glasgow. Retrieved 19 June History of Dentistry Research Newsletter.

Archived from the original PDF on 1 February Retrieved 24 September Western News. Retrieved 2 March Duncan Regesta Regum Scottorum, vol.

Retrieved 20 June Historum — History Forums. Retrieved 23 May Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Diffinicione successionis ad regnum Scottorum: royal succession in Scotland in the later middle ages.

In: Making and breaking the rules: succession in medieval Europe, c. Turnhout: Brepols. The Bruce. Canongate Classics. Edinburgh: Canongate Books.

LI, no. The Church of Scotland. Retrieved 20 October Retrieved 28 January Archeolodzy odkryli dowody". Crazy Nauka in Polish. Retrieved 11 September June Retrieved 9 November Retrieved 27 July Retrieved 9 September Retrieved 5 February Herald Scotland.

Retrieved 22 February Brown, Chris , Robert the Bruce. Dunbar, Archibald H. Douglas, pp. Duncan, A.

Fawcett, Richard ed. Grant A, and Stringer, Keith J. The Making of British History Routledge, pp. Loudoun, Darren , Scotlands Brave.

Robert the Bruce: King of the Scots. New Haven: Yale University Press. Robert the Bruce: King of Scots. New York: Barnes and Noble. Freedom's Sword.

University of Virginia: Roberts Rinehart Publishers. Watson, Fiona, J. Under the Hammer: Edward I and Scotland, — Tuckwell Press, East Linton.

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Succeeded his father as King of Scots. Married 1 in Joan of England ; no issue; married 2 in Margaret Drummond ; no issue.

Younger twin brother of David II. Robert Bruce, Lord of Liddesdale. Killed at the Battle of Dupplin Moor.

May not have been a daughter of Robert. Accorded the names Christina de Cairns and Christina Flemyng. Possibly identical to a certain Christina of Carrick attested in Possibly a son of Robert's brother Neil.

Robert Bruce, 4th Lord of Annandale. Robert de Brus, 5th Lord of Annandale. Isobel of Huntingdon. Gilbert de Clare, 5th Earl of Hertford.

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