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The monastery had its origins in the late 13th century, when a shepherd from Cáceres, named Gil Cordero, discovered on the bank of
the Guadalupe River a statue of the Blessed Virgin, which had been apparently hidden by local inhabitants from Moorish invaders in
714. On the site of his discovery a chapel was built, dedicated under the title of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
In 1389, the Hieronymite monks took over the monastery and made it their principal house. Construction works continued under the
auspices of the order's first prior, and in 1474 Henry IV of Castile was entombed in Guadalupe, next to his mother. [Wikipedia]