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"Queen Mathilda Of England (1066-1083) And The Abbey Of La Chaise-Dieu In The Auvergne, George Beech Dec 1992

"Queen Mathilda Of England (1066-1083) And The Abbey Of La Chaise-Dieu In The Auvergne, George Beech

George T. Beech

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England And Aquitaine In The Century Before The Norman Conquest, George Beech Nov 1990

England And Aquitaine In The Century Before The Norman Conquest, George Beech

George T. Beech

A commonplace among English historians today is the importance of English ties with Aquitaine during the later Middle Ages. For some three centuries, historical events came to link the destinies of these two countries and peoples who otherwise differed strikingly in economy, language and culture in general, with lasting consequences for both. It has long been taken for granted by both English and French historians that this association came about abruptly in the 1150s as a result of the ascent to the English throne of Henry of Anjou who, through his marriage to Eleanor, heiress of the duchy of Aquitaine ...