PLANTAGENET PRINCESSES The Daughters of Eleanor of Aquitaine and Henry II


Britain’s Dark Ages ended with Duke William of Normandy’s triumph over Harold, and the Middle Ages began, with several centuries of dominant personalities and turbulent times, sometimes much worse than what had gone on in the previous centuries. Douglas Boyd describes the daughters of Eleanor of Aquitaine and Henry II, Marie, Alix, Matilda, Alienor and Joanna, and their ultimately interesting power-wielding lives.

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