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Courts Of Love, The
by: Jean Plaidy

Fawcett, February 1990

Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine, became Queen of France when she entered into a marriage of state with Louis VII of France, a somewhat weak and ineffectual, though pious, young ruler. Theirs was not a passionate affair of the heart but, rather, a mesalliance that would come to a somewhat abrupt end, when she met Henry II, the first Plantagenet King of England. Though she was eleven years his senior, theirs was to be a tempestuous and passionate love-hate relationship that would end in marriage and span a lifetime. She would give birth to their numerous sons and daughters, two of whom would go on to reign over England, Richard the Lionhearted and John Lackland.

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Series: Queens of England
Courts Of Love, The - Book 5

Courts Of Love, The

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Publish Date:
February 1990
Time Period:
Historical: England - (1154-1399) Plantagenets (founded- Henry II)
Henry Plantagenet
Eleanor of Aquitaine
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