Eleanor of Aquitaine: By the Wrath of God, Queen of England

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Royal National Institute of the Blind, 2005 - France
Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine was one of the leading personalities of the Middle Ages, and also one of the most controversial. Married in turn Louis VII of France and Henry II of England, she was the mother of Richard the Lionheart and King John. She lived to be eight-two and became the virtual ruler of England.

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Despite the title, this isn’t really a biography about Eleanor of Aquitaine, because for much of the time she’s a background figure. The focus is on the men in her life. “Eleanor of Aquitaine & Her ... Read full review

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User Review  - LibraryCin - LibraryThing

Eleanor of Aquitaine lived in the 12th century. She was initially wed to King Louis VII of France, but when they only produced daughters, they went their separate ways and Eleanor then married King ... Read full review

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