Eleanor of Aquitaine; Illustrated by M.S. Nowicki.

[Chapel Hill] University of North Carolina Press [1950] .

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Subjects Eleanor, Queen, consort of Henry II, King of England, 1122?-1204.
Eleanor, of Aquitaine, Queen, consort of Henry II, King of England, 1122?-1204.
Description xiv, 274 pages illustrations, map (on lining papers) 25 cm
Copyright Date [1950]
Notes Explanatory notes and source References: p. [239]-253.
"Explanatory notes and source references": pages 239-263.
Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS -- The young duchess -- The duchess becomes a queen -- Eleanor takes the cross -- The Crusaders' trials begin -- The city on the Bosphorus -- Christian swords and infidel blood -- Scandal at Antioch -- Counsel of the Holy Father -- The queen discards her crown -- Freedom and a new alliance -- The war of Eleanor's husbands -- Rouen: days of anxiety -- Eleanor assumes a new crown -- King versus archbishop -- The court of love -- Eleanor and the great revolt -- Isolation at Salisbury Castle -- Father and sons: finale -- Eleanor protects the English throne -- A king's ransom -- The dowager queen.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1370611
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