A website for history lovers has published an article about Eleanor of Aquitaine. The article follows her life from 1122 to 1204. She became the Duchess of Aquitaine, and was married off to the son of the King of France. He became Louis VII, king of France. Eleanor bore only two daughters, and the marriage was annulled. She married Henry, Duke of Normandy, who became Henry II. She bore three sons, including Richard the Lion Hearted. She is buried next to Henry II. Several color photos are attached.
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