- Leofric definition, earl of Mercia c1030–57 (husband of Lady Godiva). See more.
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- Godgifu (Godiva) and her husband Leofric moved to Coventry, Warwickshire from .
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- Legenda spune că în 1050, contesa Godiva a fost soţia lui Leofric, Duce de Mercia. Aceasta și-a dat seama că taxele impuse localnicilor de către soţul său erau mult prea mari și a încercat să-l convingă pe acesta să fie mai îngăduitor.
- Leofric, Earl of Mercia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Leofric (died 31 August or 30 September 1057) was the Earl of Mercia and founded monasteries at Coventry and Much Wenlock.
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- Leofric was the mid-11th century successor of Bishop Lyfing to the Sees of Crediton and St. Germans (Cornwall).
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