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  2. Eleanor of Alburquerque - Wikipedia

    Eleanor of Alburquerque. Coat of arms of Eleanor of Alburquerque as queen consort. Eleanor of Alburquerque (1374 – 16 December 1435) was a Castilian noblewoman, Countess of Alburquerque, who became Queen of Aragon by her marriage to Ferdinand I of Aragon. She was the regent of Aragon during the absence of her son the king in 1420.

  3. [Source: Wikipedia, "Eleanor of Alburquerque" and its References, Sources and Futher Reading.] Also known as Leonor Urraca de Castilla, Eleanor was born in Aldeadávila de la Ribera to Sancho Alfonso, 1st Count of Alburquerque, and Beatrice of Portugal. She became the 3rd Countess of Alburquerque. She married Ferdinand (Fernando) I in 1394.

  4. Eleanor of Alburquerque Biography - Queen consort of Aragon

    Eleanor of Alburquerque. Eleanor of Alburquerque (1374 – 16 December 1435) was a Castilian noblewoman, Countess of Alburquerque, who became Queen of Aragon by her marriage to Ferdinand I of Aragon. Read more on Wikipedia. Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Eleanor of Alburquerque has received more than 135,933 page views.

  5. Eleanor of Alburquerque Archives - History of Royal Women

    A regent is “a person appointed to administer a state because the monarch is a minor, is absent or is incapacitated.” Eleanor of Aragon was born on 1 February 1402 as the daughter of Ferdinand I of Aragon and Eleanor of Alburquerque. She lost her father at the age of 14, and he was succeeded by her brother Alfonso

  6. Edmund Crouchback - Wikipedia

    Eleanor of Provence. Edmund, Earl of Lancaster and Leicester (16 January 1245 – 5 June 1296), also known by his epithet Edmund Crouchback, was a member of the royal Plantagenet Dynasty and the founder of the first House of Lancaster. He was Earl of Leicester (1265–1296), Lancaster (1267–1296), and Derby (1269–1296) in England, and Count ...

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  7. Angevin Empire - Wikipedia

    Origin of the term and its application. The term Angevin Empire is a neologism defining the lands of the House of Plantagenet: Henry II and his sons Richard I and John. Another son, Geoffrey, ruled Brittany and established a separate line there. As far as historians know, there was no contemporary term for the region under Angevin control ...

  8. Leonard Bernstein - Wikipedia

    Leonard Bernstein Leonard Bernstein ( / ˈbɜːrnstaɪn / BURN-styne; [1] August 25, 1918 – October 14, 1990) was an American conductor, composer, pianist, music educator, author, and humanitarian. Considered to be one of the most important conductors of his time, he was the first American conductor to receive international acclaim.

  9. Eleanor of Aquitaine | Bookshare

    Eleanor of Aquitaine was the wife of two kings, Louis VII of France and Henry II Plantagenet of England, and the mother of two others, Richard the Lionhearted and John Lackland. In her eventful, often stormy life, she not only influenced the course of events in the twelfth century but also encouraged remarkable advances in the literary and fine ...

  10. TeachingBooks | Eleanor: Crown Jewel of Aquitaine

    Eleanor: Crown Jewel of Aquitaine. by Kristiana Gregory • Part of the Royal Diaries Series. Author of the best-selling Royal Diaries title, CLEOPATRA VII, Kristiana Gregory... read more. 4 Total Resources View Text Complexity Discover Like Books. Grade.