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Eleanor of Aquitaine daughter of William X of Aquitaine and his wife Aenor de Châtellerault. She was married first to Louis VII of France and second to Henry II of England. She had 10 children.

Catherine d'Valois, daughter of King Charles IV "The Mad" of France and Queen Isabelle of Bavaria. Sister of Isabelle d'Valois, Queen of England as Richard II's consort. Queen of King Henry V. Widowed at 18, remarried Owen Tudor, and founded House Tudor.

Catherine of Valois, daughter of King Charles IV "The Mad" of France & Queen Isabelle of Bavaria, and sister of Isabelle of Valois, Queen of England, as King Richard I "The Lionheart" Consort.

Eleanor of Aquitaine - The mother of all Plantagenets.   Eleanor of Aquitaine, queen consort of Henry II of England.

Eleanor of Aquitaine – The mother of all Plantagenets

Eleanor of Aquitaine - The mother of all Plantagenets. Eleanor of Aquitaine, queen consort of Henry II of England.

Much loved: Quiet, firm, and capable, Phillipa of Hainault became Queen of England aged 13 and reigned for 40 years

The historical heroines you've never heard of

Much loved: Phillipa of Hainault became Queen Consort of England aged 13 when she married King Edward III IN She was queen for 40 years, acting as regent when Edward left the kingdom.

Joan of Navarre (~1370 - June 10, 1437)    Queen consort to the Lancastrian king, Henry IV (Bolingbroke) (1366-1413)

Joan of Navarre - June Queen consort to the Lancastrian king, Henry IV (Bolingbroke) wife of king henry iv. joanna of navarisse*

Mary Tudor, Queen of France, sister of Henry VIII.,,,,Billiments were strands of gold work and jewels used as Tudor Jewelry and sewn to the neckline of garments of clothing

Mary Tudor, Queen of France, Sister of Henry VIII. I have been interested in the Tudors, ever since!

Anne Boleyn  Queen Consort of Henry VIII    Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII. He divorced his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, to marry Anne.

Anne Boleyn Pictures

Anne Boleyn,Queen Consort of Henry VIII - Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII. He divorced his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, to marry Anne. I'm curious as to its authenticity.

Berengaria of Navarre (c. 1165–1170 – 23 December 1230) was Queen of the English as the wife of King Richard I of England. She was the eldest daughter of King Sancho VI of Navarre and Sancha of Castile. As is the case with many of the medieval queens consort of the Kingdom of England, relatively little is known of her life. The early 20th Century Cunard passenger liner RMSBerengaria was named in her honour, the first Cunard ship to be named for a British queen.

Berengaria of Navarre, Queen of England. Engraving from Berengaria of Navarre, consort to one of England's most beloved and b.

Margaret of Anjou. The source for this engraving is Biographical Sketches of the Queens of Great Britain, from the Norman Conquest to the Reign of Victoria, or Royal Book of Beauty, edited by Mary Howitt, Henry G Bohn, London, 1851.

Who Were the Queens of England from the Houses of York and Lancaster?

Margaret of Anjou (March 1430 - August Queen consort to: Henry VI ruled Married: May 1445 Coronation: May ~ETS

Blanche of Lancaster (25 March 1345 – 12 September 1368) was a member of the English royal House of Plantagenet, daughter of the kingdom's wealthiest and most powerful peer, Henry of Grosmont, 1st Duke of Lancaster. She was first wife of John of Gaunt. Thanks to this marriage, John acquired he duchy of Lancaster and the vast Lancastrian estates in England and Wales. She is Henry IV's mother.

Blanche of Lancaster, Duchess of Lancaster March 1345 – 12 September was the first wife of John of Gaunt (Plantagenet son of Edward III) and the mother of Henry IV (Bolingbroke), who took the crown from Richard II

Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122 or 1124–1204) was the French wife of two medieval kings. After petitioning for her own divorce from her first husband, she negotiated her own marriage to Henry II of England. Eleanor was an especially active Queen Consort, as well as a capable ruler of her own domain in  Aquitaine. When Henry II tried to limit her autonomous power there, she, with the help of her sons, rebelled. Click through to the link to read an (abridged) biography of her fascinating life...

Top 10 (Plus 1) Women of the European Middle Ages

Merovingian - Eleanor of Aquitaine marries Henry II "Curtmantle" Plantagenet, King of England.

MARGUERITE DE VALOIS (1553-1615) - Queen of Navarre 1572 and Queen of France 1589 - married to HENRI IV DE BOURBON - daughter of HENRI II DE VALOIS & CATHERINE DE MEDICI

Marguerite de Valois - Queen of Navarre 1572 and Queen of France 1589 - married to Henri IV de Bourbon - daughter of Henri II de Valois y Catherine de Medici.

"Queen Eleanor and Fair Rosamund" by Evelyn de Morgan (1905)

Queen Eleanor & Fair Rosamund: 1905 by Evelyn de Morgan (De Morgan Centre - London) - Pre-Raphaelite

A remarkable number of the Tudors had ‘red-gold’ hair. Though the largest proportion of red hair in the world comes from Scotland, Ireland, and Teutonic countries, it can show up anywhe…

Where the Tudor Red-Gold Hair came from

The Queen Dowager of King Edward IV, Elizabeth Woodville, died at Bermondsey Abbey on June 1492 and was buried with her husband in the .

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