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Robert wounding his father
Duke Robert of Normandy wounding his father, King William I, Normandy, 1079 (1864). Robert Curthose (1051-1134) fighting his father, William the Conqueror (1027-1087) at the siege of the castle of Gerberoy, near the frontier of Normandy. William's eldest son, Robert rebelled against his father following a prank played upon him by two of his other brothers, William Rufus and Henry. He succeeded William as Duke of Normandy in 1087 but William Rufus inherited the English crown.
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- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images