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  1. The Wild Life of English Queen Isabella, She-Wolf of France aka the Rebel Queen Who Killed the King of England

    ... Fourteenth century English Queen Isabella, the She-Wolf of France aka the Rebel Queen, was a complex, violent person who drank heavily but ... Fourteenth century English Queen Isabella, the She-Wolf of France aka the Rebel Queen, was a complex, violent person who drank heavily but ...

    Mark Miller - 30/12/2018 - 01:45

  2. Renaissance Aesthetics at its Finest: The Exquisite Parade Armor of Henry II of France

    ... parade armor. The Parade Armor of Henry II of France is a suit of armor that once belonged to the French monarch, Henry II. ... type of body armor. Parade armor of Henry II of France. ( Public Domain ) The French King En Vogue with Latest ...

    dhwty - 23/06/2017 - 14:02

  3. Marguerite de La Rocque: 16th Century Noblewoman Stranded on the Isle of Demons

    ... de la Rocque was born sometime around the year 1515 in France. By the age of 20, Marguerite had acquired an immense wealth and lived a ... and luxury. She owned a great deal of land in Southern France in an area known as Languedoc. In addition to her individually owned ...

    mrreese - 15/02/2015 - 01:16

  4. Maria Theresa of Spain: Betrayal, Incest, and Black Baby Rumors

    ... of Habsburg, and is best-known for being the Queen of France as a result of her marriage to the French king, Louis XIV. ... of Habsburg , and is best-known for being the Queen of France as a result of her marriage to the French king, Louis XIV. She is known ...

    dhwty - 05/12/2018 - 01:51

  5. The Real Game of Thrones: Enduring Saga of The Hundred Years’ War

    ... to a single, continuous war) fought between England and France.  The Hundred Years’ War was a series of conflicts (as ... to a single, continuous war) fought between England and France. According to record, the war began in 1337 and ended in 1453 (a total ...

    dhwty - 01/01/2019 - 01:57

  6. 560,000-year-old tooth found by student may be one of the oldest human remains in France

    ... tooth at the Arago Cave, near Tautavel, south western France. He was working as part of an archaeological dig at the site alongside ... could potentially be one of the oldest human remains in France, predating the Tautavel man, a prehistoric hunter found at the same ...

    Robin Whitlock - 29/07/2015 - 21:29

  7. Trial by Public Performance: The Impotence Trials of Pre-Revolutionary France

    The impotence trials of prerevolutionary France sound a bit like a political joke. France had mostly squelched the ability for couples to divorce, and it was in ...

    Riley Winters - 10/01/2018 - 18:48

  8. Storming the Bastille – Do French Ghosts Haunt a National Holiday?

    ... Day each year, celebrating alongside the French people on France’s national holiday, le 14 julliet. Little appeals to the ... Day each year, celebrating alongside the French people on France’s national holiday, le 14 julliet. But why do Americans observe a ...

    lizleafloor - 10/07/2018 - 15:28

  9. Da Vinci Designed a Double Helix Staircase at the Château de Chambord

    ... which flourished between the 15th and 17th centuries in France. Northwest façade of the Château de Chambord. (Benh Lieu ... Chambord was commissioned in 1519 by Francis I, the King of France. Initially, the castle was meant to serve as the king’s hunting lodge, ...

    dhwty - 03/03/2018 - 01:53

  10. A Mistress with the Midas Touch: Her Hunger for Gold Would Be the Death of Her

    ... remembered for being the mistress of Henry II, the King of France. This allowed Diane to wield considerable power and influence at the ... remembered for being the mistress of Henry II, the King of France. This allowed Diane to wield considerable power and influence at the ...

    dhwty - 13/02/2018 - 22:59

  11. Le Chene Chapelle: The Ancient Oak Tree Chapel as Old As France Itself

    ... is indeed the stuff of bed time stories and fairy tales. In France, however, there exists an equally fanciful tree – an ancient oak that ... the Seine-Maritime department of the Upper Normandy region, France. According to the locals, the oak tree is old as the nation of France ...

    dhwty - 12/04/2015 - 03:38

  12. Pit of Amputated Arms in France from 6,000 years ago Suggest War and Trophy-Taking

    About 6,000 years ago in France some hostiles in an apparent act of warfare and trophy-taking killed a ... to arms: a deposit of human limbs and bodies at Bergheim, France, c. 4000 BC” in the journal Antiquity ( abstract ). The ... for the Late Neolithic.” A Neolithic axe from France (Photo by Didier Descouens/ Wikimedia Commons ) The ...

    Mark Miller - 10/12/2015 - 00:49

  13. ‘Little Pompeii’ Unearthed in France is Most Exceptional Roman Site Found in Half a Century

    ... the outskirts of the city of Vienne in the south-east of France, archaeologists have uncovered the remains of affluent houses and public ... the outskirts of the city of Vienne in the south-east of France, archaeologists have uncovered the remains of affluent houses and public ...

    Gary Manners - 03/08/2017 - 22:59

  14. The Spirit of Beatrice Cenci - A Tale of Terrible Injustice in Ancient Rome

    Just a stone’s throw away from St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican City is the Ponte Sant’Angelo. Today, this bridge is one of the famous tourist attractions in the city of Rome. Yet, this bridge hides a dark secret that few who walk upon it would realize.

    dhwty - 12/03/2015 - 13:29

  15. Shackled adult and child skeletons unearthed in ancient Roman necropolis in France

    An archaeological team in France has unearthed a Gallo-Roman necropolis in Saintes, France, in which the remains of a group of adults and a child were found with ...

    aprilholloway - 05/12/2014 - 00:42

  16. Henrietta of England and Her Tragic Life of Calamities and Heartbreak

    ... princess, Henrietta spent the majority of her life in France and was a prominent figure in the court of her brother-in-law, the ... of Charles I of England and his wife, Henrietta Maria of France. At the time of her birth, England was in turmoil, as the English Civil ...

    dhwty - 09/12/2018 - 22:52

  17. Fully clothed body of 17th Century noblewoman buried with the heart of her husband unearthed in France

    ... other graves in the city of Rennes in Brittany, North West France. The lead coffin was hermetically sealed and placed in a stone tomb ... Dynasty Egyptian Child Mummy Dumped in Garbage in France, Now Restored and Protected The Mummy of Christian Friedrich ...

    Robin Whitlock - 05/06/2015 - 21:14

  18. Stolen Ring Owned by Joan of Arc Finally Returned to France

    ... VII in the Hundred Years' War to oust the English from France - when she was only 17 years old. Now, after spending nearly six ... in England, Joan of Arc’s treasured ring returns to France, thanks to the work of the Villiers family, who will exhibit it at the ...

    Marilo - 08/03/2016 - 13:02

  19. Famous Lascaux Rock Art of France Comes to Africa in Ultra-Realistic Replica

    ... near the village of Montignac in Dordogne, southwestern France, alongside prehistoric South African rock art.  Fifteen tons of ... near the village of Montignac in Dordogne, southwestern France, alongside prehistoric South African rock art.  Fifteen tons of ...

    micki pistorius - 14/05/2018 - 13:58

  20. Controversy Over Art Installation on the Stonework of one of France’s Greatest Medieval Sites

    ... Carcassonne Fort one of the most famous medieval sites in France. Reports claim that the artist’s installation, which is akin to a ... Carcassonne Fort one of the most famous medieval sites in France. Reports claim that the artist’s installation, which is akin to a ...

    Ed Whelan - 14/05/2018 - 22:52

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