Timeline of the British Monarchs from William the Conqueror to Elizabeth II
Flash Sale!!!!! For a limited time, the price for this Timeline is reduced by $50. Regularly $400, you can now purchase for $350! Act fast, this won't last!!! This is an enormous timeline of the British Monarchs from 1066 to the present day. The dates of the reigns of each monarch are included with each name and photo. Additional individuals are on the timeline as necessary to show how the line of succession reached a particular monarch. The background features images of historical or…
European Royal Family Tree - West
Starts with Charlemagne and includes the monarchs of England, France, Spain, Germany, Russia, and more. Updated to include the new Prince George of Cambridge.
secord4 / Medieval Queens
Eleanor of Aquitane (1124-1204) - one of the wealthiest and most powerful women of the High Middle Ages. She was queen of both France and England and mother to three kings (including Richard I, the Lionheart) and two queens. She was as influential in literary circles as in political, and she was the patron of many writers and troubadours.
LEFT TO RIGHT: King George V & Queen Mary 1893, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth 1923, Queen Elizabeth II & Prince Phillip 1947, Princess Margaret & Anthony Armstrong-Jones 1960, Princess Anne & Captain Mark Phillips 1973, Prince Charles & Lady Diana Spencer 1981, Prince Andrew & Sarah Ferguson 1986, Prince Edward & Sophie Rhys-Jones 1999, Prince Charles & Camilla Parker Bowles 2005.
Eleanor of Aquitaine: The first Queen of France. Two of her sons Richard and John went on to become Kings of England. Educated, beautiful and highly articulate, Eleanor influenced the politics of western Europe through her alliances and influence over her sons. [My ancestor on my mother's side & again, on my father's.. BK Thigpen]
Eleanor of Aquitaine by dashinvaine on DeviantArt
Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine, Queen of France and then of England, mother of Richard I and King John. Eleanor of Aquitaine
Lady Catherine Grey and her sons by Edward Seymour, who were born in the Tower. Elizabeth I imprisoned Catherine for having married "without Elizabeth's permission", and also to neutralise any legitimate male who might destabilise Elizabeth's reign. Catherine's older son, Edward Seymour, Viscount Beauchamp was born in 1561 and became the oldest male heir in line with Henry VIII's Act of Succession. But Elizabeth I declares the marriage invalid, the boys bastards and Catherine dies in the…