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Amazing Women Who Inspire Us: Joan of Arc: The Maid of Orleans.

Amazing Women Who Inspire Us: Joan of Arc: The Maid of Orleans.

From Season to Season: Saint Joan of Arc: A Lesson in Vocations

Joan of Arc (c. 1412 – Heroine of France for her role during the Hundred Years' War and a Roman Catholic saint.

Battle of Barnet, April 14, 1471, Edward IV vs. Richard, earl of Warwick; Ghent MS, late 15th century

14 April Battle of Barnet Late artistic portrayal of the battle: Edward IV (left), wearing a circlet and mounted on a horse, leads the Yorkist charge and pierces the Earl of Warwick (right) with his lance; in reality, Warwick was not killed by Edward.

Philippa of Hainault, or, Philippe (d'Avesnes) de Hainaut (24 June[1] 1314 – 15 August 1369) was the Queen consort of King Edward III of England.[2] Edward, Duke of Guyenne, her future husband, promised in 1326 to marry her within the following two years.

Our great grandmother, Philippa of Hainault, Queen consort to Edward III of England ruled

In the twelfth century, courtly love was all the rage with the French nobility. To participate in this trendiest of trends, though, you actually needed to know the rules.

Short article on The Art of Courtly Love by Andreas Capellanus ( a chaplain giving advice for lovers) (translated by John Jay Parry) - a must have book for any Medieval surviving Vampire!

World War I fractured the women's suffrage movement: Christabel Pankhurst (centre) and her mother Emmeline (left) founded the Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU) in Manchester in 1903. It...

World War I fractured the women's suffrage movement: Christabel Pankhurst (centre) and her mother Emmeline (left) founded the Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU) in Manchester in It.

What was wrong with King John.  King John presenting a church, painted c.1250-59 by Matthew Paris in his Historia Anglorum

Flax-Golden Tales King John and The Abbot of Canterbury Four Levels of Interactions For: BA / BBS First Year (Business English) Anonymous, England

Roger Mortimer - lover of Queen Isabella who helped her to depose her husband Edward II. Mortimer was later executed by Isabellas son who became Edward III. Ancestor

Roger Mortimer of Wigmore, Earl of March, was the lover of Queen Isabella, who helped her to depose her husband, King Edward II. Mortimer was later executed by Isabella's son who had became King Edward III.

Иконография Столетней войны 1337-1453 г.г.

Portraits of Filips the Good and Isabella of Portugal.

We are delighted to announce that the most popular and sought-after titles from this series, Library of Medieval Women are now available in paperback. Especially priced for the student budget, these paperback editions are suitable for course adoption. For more detailed information about our course adoption scheme and to get in touch with us, see our examination and desk copies page if you click this link.

We are delighted to announce that the most popular and sought-after titles from this series, Library of Medieval Women are now available in paperback. Especially priced for the student budget, these paperback editions are suitable for course adoption. For more detailed information about our course adoption scheme and to get in touch with us, see our examination and desk copies page if you click this link.

The late-medieval adaptions and compilations of the Arthurian story are a European phenomenon that has sparked both mystification and controversy. Often dismissed as nostalgic recreations that attempt to halt the literary tide, these ambitious projects saw adaptors from across Western Europe combining a vast array of prose and verse sources from different languages into encyclopedic narrative chronologies of King Arthur and his court. #dsbrewer #boydellandbrewer #arthurianstudies #malory

Malory and his European contemporaries : adapting late medieval Arthurian romance collections / Miriam Edlich-Muth.

Bianca Lancia d'Agliano (1200-1244) was an Italian noblewoman who was the mistress and later the wife of Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II. The marriage was conducted while she was on her deathbed, therefore it was considered non-canonical.

Bianca Lancia d'Agliano (also called Beatrice and Blanca), an Italian noblewoman, was the mistress and later the wife of Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II. The marriage was conducted while she was on her deathbed, therefore it was considered non-canonical.

Saint Margaret of Scotland - (c. 1045 – 16 November 1093), also known as Margaret of Wessex and Queen Margaret of Scotland, was an English princess of the House of Wessex. Born in exile in Hungary, she was the sister of Edgar Ætheling, the short-ruling and uncrowned Anglo-Saxon King of England. Margaret and her family returned to England in 1057, but fled to the Kingdom of Scotland following the Norman conquest of England of 1066. Around 1070 Margaret married Malcolm III of Scotland.

Margaret Atheling, Queen of Scotland Saint Margaret of Scotland - Queen to King Malcolm III Canmore Brought Christianity to Scotland

Louis II, Duke of Bourbon, called the Good (1337 – 1410), son of Peter de Bourbon & Isabella de Valois, was the 3rd Duke of Bourbon. On August 19, 1371, he married Anne of Auvergne (1358–1417), Countess of Forez & a daughter of Beraud II, Dauphin of Auvergne, and his wife the Countess of Forez, and they had 4 children. http://www.MemoryMakerTravelResource.com

Louis de Bourbon, called the Good February 1337 – 10 August son of Peter de Bourbon and Isabella de Valois (the sister of French King Philip VI), was the third Duke of

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