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  1. › wiki › Eleanor,_Duchess_of_AquitaineEleanor of Aquitaine - Wikipedia

    Eleanor, aged 12 to 15, then became the duchess of Aquitaine, and thus the most eligible heiress in Europe. As these were the days when kidnapping an heiress was seen as a viable option for obtaining a title, William dictated a will on the very day he died that bequeathed his domains to Eleanor and appointed King Louis VI of France as her guardian. [12]

  2. Leonor de Aquitania o Leonor de Poitou (en francés: Aliénor d’Aquitaine o Éléonore de Poitiers, en inglés: Eleanor of Aquitaine; Poitiers, 1122 1 - Fontevraud-l'Abbaye, 2 3 1 de abril de 1204 4 ) fue una noble medieval francesa miembro de la casa de Poitiers, desde 1137 por derecho propio duquesa de Aquitania y Guyena y condesa de ...

  3. Eleanor of Aquitaine (c. 1122 – March 31, 1204) was the daughter of William X of Aquitaine. She had a younger sister called Petronilla of Aquitaine. She brought the province of Aquitaine to England when she married Henry II of England. It stayed under English control for 300 years. Life Eleanor inherited land in France at the age of 15.

    • 9 April 1137 – 1 April 1204
    • William X
    • 1 August 1137 – 21 March 1152
    • John
  4. Eleanor of England ( Spanish: Leonor; c. 1161 – 31 October 1214 ), was Queen of Castile and Toledo as wife of Alfonso VIII of Castile. She was the sixth child and second daughter of Henry II, King of England, and Eleanor of Aquitaine. Contents 1 Early life and family 2 Queenship 3 Children 4 Later depictions 5 Notes 6 References 7 Sources

  5. William IX, Duke of Aquitaine (d. 1127), who succeeded to the dukedom in 1087, gained fame as a crusader and a troubadour. His granddaughter, Eleanor of Aquitaine, succeeded the duchy as the eldest daughter and heir of William X (d. 1137) — as his son did not live past childhood.

  6. Duchess of Aquitaine; Panahon kan Kapanyarihan: 9 April 1137 – 1 April 1204: Suminunod ki: ... Eleanor kan Aquitaine (French: Aliénor d'Aquitaine, Éléonore, ...