Lord byron sintra

lord byron sintra

Who called it glorious Sintra?

Lord Byron called it Glorious Sintra. Luís Camões, Portugal’s epic poet and writer, read his Lusiadas from the castle. Kings and Queens spent their summers here and retreated from here.

When did Lord Byron live?

Recollections of the life of Lord Byron, from the year 1808 to the end of 1814. London: Charles Knight. Edgcumbe, Richard (1972). Byron: the Last Phase.

What is Sintra famous for?

Sintra is one of those places with a magical atmosphere. High in the hills on a strategic location it was conquered by Moors and Christians. Lord Byron called it Glorious Sintra. Luís Camões, Portugal’s epic poet and writer, read his Lusiadas from the castle.

What has become Lord Byrons last epitaph?

Mad, bad and dangerous to know has become Lord Byrons lasting epitaph. Lady Caroline Lamb coined the phrase after her first meeting with the poet at a society event in 1812. ^ a b c d Lady Caroline Lamb – Lord Byrons Lovers. Retrieved 20 November 2008.

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