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El Cid

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Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar (c. 1043 – 1099), better known as El Cid, or simply Rodrigo, was a .... The reason El Cid did not want to fight was because he was hoping that both armies would beco...

the Cid | Castilian military leader | Britannica.com

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Early life Rodrigo Díaz's father, Diego Laínez,. ... Alternate Titles: el Campeador, el Cid, Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, Ruy Díaz de Vivar ... When Sancho succeeded to the Castilian throne (1065), he nominated the 22-year-old Cid as his standard- bearer (armiger regis), ... Where Does the Concept of a “Grim Reaper” Come From?

El Cid Biography (Military Leader) - Infoplease

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When King Alfonso was threatened by an invasion of the Islamic Almoravid dynasty in 1086, he talked El Cid into fighting for him again. Over the next several  ...

The Genius of El Cid | HistoryNet

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Aug 3, 2011 ... Life on the Yangtze .... Known as El Cid, or “the master,” Rodrigo today is legendary for his exploits ... Thanks to an ingenious surprise attack, he routed the Muslim forces, .... The European armies did enjoy one advantage.

Life of the Cid. Spanish Literature. Spainthenandnow

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Rodrigo or Ruy Díaz de Vivar, better known as el Cid or el Campeador, is the hero of the ... Although he did not enjoy the same stature as he had under Sancho, ...

El Cid - Medieval Life and Times

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Get Medieval facts and information about the history of El Cid. ... His real name was Rodrigo Diaz de Bivar, but he is usually spoken of as "El Cid." El Cid - Spain  ...

El Cid - National Hero of Spain - Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar

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The national hero of Spain, El Cid displayed remarkable military ability in his ... the Almoravids in 1086, he recalled Diaz from exile, though the Cid did not stay in ... For more information about El Cid's life and achievements, see your Guide's ...

El Cid, Campeador, National Hero of Spain - Roman Catholic Saints

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He is perhaps more widely known as “El Cid Campeador,” (El Cid meaning The ... vengeance, however much he was entitled to do so; nor did he, like Achilles, ... a story of the Cid's life, was begun during his lifetime, and the Poem of the Cid ...

El Cid

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El Cid was very close to Sancho. Prince Sancho was the eldest son of King Ferdinand I. When the king died, he divided his kingdom among his five children.

El Cid: Spanish history enjoys a right royal revamp | Film | The ...

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Apr 26, 2013 ... He is better known as El Cid, from the Arabic sidi or sayyid, meaning "the Lord". ... in real life Ferdinand made it even more complicated by having five ... Díaz did not, as in the film, take Valencia by giving bread to its people.

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El Cid was brought up in the court of King Fernand I and he lived in the ... El Cid from his kingdom and from then on El Cid was not able to live safely in any area ... The reason El Cid did not want to fight was because he was hoping that both ...

El Cid - New World Encyclopedia

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Late in life, El Cid captured the Mediterranean coastal city of Valencia, ruling it until .... holy relics multiple times that he did not participate in the plot to kill his brother. .... Legend has it that after El Cid died he was strapped onto his horse and ...

Cid, El - Myth Encyclopedia - god, story, legend, famous, life, hero ...

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The Life of El Cid Born around 1043, Rodrigo Díaz was the son of a minor Spanish nobleman. He spent his early years in the service of Sancho, a son of King ...