Medieval History

Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine

Eleanor, Queen of France and England and Duchess of Aquitaine

Susan Abernethy has been studying the Middle Ages, specifically the queens of England during that time. Check out some of the women who made an impact on history long ago.

Aethelflaed, Lady of Mercia (868 – 918)

Aelfthryth, Queen of England (945 – c. 1000)

Emma of Normandy, Queen of England (985 – 1052)

Edith of Wessex, Queen of England (1025? – 1075)

Matilda of Flanders, Queen of England and Duchess of Normandy (1031? – 1083)

Saint Margaret, Queen of Scotland (1045? – 1093)

Matilda of Scotland, Queen of England (1080 – 1118)

Empress Maud, Lady of the English (1102 – 1167)

Matilda of Boulogne, Queen of England (c. 1105, 1152)

Eleanor, Queen of England and France and Duchess of Aquitaine (1122 – 1204)

Margaret of England, Queen of Scotland (1240 – 1275)

Phillipa of Hainault (1314 – 1369)

Margaret of Denmark, Queen of Scotland  (1456 – 1486)

Mary of Guelders, Queen of Scotland (1434 – 1463)

Madeleine of Valois, The Summer Queen of Scotland (1520 – 1537)

Philippa of Guelders, Duchess of Lorraine (1467 – 1547)

Marie of Guise, Queen of Scotland (1515 – 1560)

Susan Abernethy has continued writing about Medieval History at The Freelance History Writer. You can follow her there or at  Medieval History Lovers on Facebook.

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