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Extractions: This page describes all my favourites My favourite royal in history: Eleanor of Aquitaine (~1122-1204) Duchess Eleanor of Aquitaine was an intelligent and emancipated woman living in the dark middle ages. Although it is a conventional rule that all ladies of high rank should be described as beautiful, all sources agree that Eleanor of Aquitaine really was beautiful. In addition, she was the richest heiress of France and became successively Queen of France and England. her daughter Aenor married to his eldest son William X (1099-1137) in 1121. They had two daughters, Eleanor and Petronilla, and a son, William Aigret. Eleanor resembled both William IX and Dangereuse; she possessed the same intelligence, gaiety, restlessness and will power. The court of William IX was the centre of western European culture: the ducal family was entertained by jongleurs, storytellers and troubadours. Unlike most of her contemporaries, male and especially female, Eleanor was carefully educated and she was an excellent student. Eleanor's happy childhood ended with the subsequent deaths of her mother, her little brother and - in 1137 - her father. The orphaned Eleanor was the richest heiress in France thus a marriage was arranged for her to its King, Louis VII (1121-1180). Louis had been brought up for an office in the church, but he had become heir to the French throne after the death of his elder brother. He was a weak, dull, grave and pious man and he and the lively Eleanor were ill matched. Louis never understood his young wife, but he appears to have adored her with a passionate admiration. It wasn't until 1145 that a daughter, Marie, was born. Meanwhile, Eleanor was eager to govern her own duchy, since she knew the troublesome Aquitainians better than anyone. However, Louis' councillor, the Abbot Sugar, resented female influence in governmental matters.
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Extractions: SUMMARY: http://www.heraldica.org/faqs/britfaq.html ) It should be read by anyone who wishes to post to the alt.talk.royalty newsgroup. Note: the FAQ contains European characters (accented letters) which may not show on your browser/newsreader or may show garbled characters. Ask your Internet Service Provider for an "8-bit clean feed" if you have this problem. Last updated: 03 Apr 2003 For comments, additions, or suggestions, please contact the maintainer François Velde (http://www.heraldica.org/contact.html) Part I: Introduction What is alt.talk.royalty? How do I access alt.talk.royalty? Welcome to alt.talk.royalty! History of the alt.talk.royalty FAQ ... Where can I get the latest version of the FAQ? Part II: Royal Families of the World Are there other monarchies in the world besides England? Who are the members of the European royal families? What are the dynastic names of the European royal families? Lines of succession to the current European Thrones. ... What happens when a king dies and his widow is pregnant? Part III: Nobility What does it mean to be a noble?