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Eleanor of Aquitaine’s extraordinary life seems more likely to be found in the pages of fiction. Proud daughter of a distinguished French dynasty, she married the king of France, Louis VII, then the king of England, Henry II, and gave birth to two sons who rose to take the English throne—Richard the Lionheart and John. Renowned for her beauty, hungry for power, headstrong, and unconventional, Eleanor traveled on crusades, acted as regent for Henry II and later for Richard, incited rebellion, endured a fifteen-year imprisonment, and as an elderly widow still wielded political power with energy and enthusiasm.This gripping biography is the definitive account of the most important queen of the Middle Ages. Ralph Turner, a leading historian of the twelfth century, strips away the myths that have accumulated around Eleanor—the “black legend” of her sexual appetite, for example—and challenges the accounts that relegate her to the shadows of the kings she married and bore. Turner focuses on a wealth of primary sources, including a collection of Eleanor’s own documents not previously accessible to scholars, and portrays a woman who sought control of her own destiny in the face of forceful resistance. A queen of unparalleled appeal, Eleanor of Aquitaine retains her power to fascinate even 800 years after her death. Ralph V. Turner, Books, Eleanor of Aquitaine: Queen of France, Queen of England Books, Yale University Press

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Eleanor of Aquitaine's extraordinary life seems more likely to be found in the pages of fiction. Proud daughter of a distinguished French dynasty, she married the king of France, Louis VII, then the king of England, Henry II, and gave birth to two sons who rose to take the English throne-Richard the Lionheart and John. Renowned for her beauty, hungry for power, headstrong, and unconventional, Eleanor traveled on crusades, acted as regent for Henry II and later for Richard, incited rebellion, endured a fifteen-year imprisonment, and as an elderly widow still wielded political power with energy and enthusiasm.This gripping biography is the definitive account of the most important queen of the Middle Ages. Ralph Turner, a leading historian of the twelfth century, strips away the myths that have accumulated around Eleanor-the "black legend" of her sexual appetite, for example-and challenges the accounts that relegate her to the shadows of the kings she married and bore. Turner focuses on a wealth of primary sources, including a collection of Eleanor's own documents not previously accessible to scholars, and portrays a woman who sought control of her own destiny in the face of forceful resistance. A queen of unparalleled appeal, Eleanor of Aquitaine retains her power to fascinate even 800 years after her death. biographies,england,europe,france,historical,history,leaders and notable people,medieval,royalty,specific groups Medieval, Yale University Press

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Eleanor of Aquitaine: Queen of France, Queen of England
Autor:

Turner, Ralph V.

Titel:

Eleanor of Aquitaine: Queen of France, Queen of England

ISBN-Nummer:

9780300119114

A leading historian of the 12th century strips away the myths that have accumulated around Eleanor of Aquitaine, using a wealth of primary sources not previously available to scholars to portray her as a woman who sought control over her own destiny in the face of strong resistance.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780300119114
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0300119119
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: YALE UNIV PR
395 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,839 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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