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La mode au Moyen-Age
Comme nous l'avons vu dans l'article sur l'hygiène et le maquillage, le Moyen-Age a duré à peu près 1000 ans, de l'an 476 à 1453/1492. La mode française était inspirée de la mode italienne, espagnole et des alliances entre “régions” du pays.
Great Seal of Matilda, 1102-1167, Holy Roman Empress and Queen of the Romans. Lady of the English. Parents: Henry I of England and Matilda of Scotland. Husbands: Holy Roman Emperor Henry V, then Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou. Childen: Henry II of England, Geoffrey count of Nantes, William X count of Poitou.
Batwoman version XIIème... où l'histoire du bliaut maudit - Page 2
OK bon ben le mieux c'est que je reprenne ton patron alors. Au niveau des modifs à apporter au bliaut je sais maintenant quoi faire grâce à vos conseils... Pas
The Saintly Queen Who Changed History
If not for his saintly wife, Clotilda, history would not remember Clovis as the first Christian king in Western Europe Click the pin to read.
History Ukraine on Twitter
“#ЦейДень 19.5.1051 - у невеликому старому соборі Реймса Анна, дочка Ярослава Мудрого, стала королевою Франції.”
Philippe I, the Amorous (1052 to 1108). King of the Franks from 1060 to 1108. He married Bertha of Holland, and had two surviving children before he repudiated her. Then he married Bertrade de Montfort, while they both had spouses living, and had more children with her.
Willem II van Normandië - Mathilda van Vlaanderen 1053
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Matilda of Flanders
October 2016 saw the 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings, the event in history during which England gained a new King and a new Royal family. English Heritage led the way with a series of T…
Catherine Carey, daughter of Mary Boleyn, niece of Anne Boleyn, possible daughter of Henry VIII
This is the first color version of this portrait that I have found. It clearly shows her (possibly Tudor) red hair and the dark brown eyes so characteristic of the Boleyn family. It is not impossible from this portrait to imagine that she is the daughter of Henry VIII. Catherine is very pregnant in this portrait, probably with one of her two youngest daughters.
Isabelle de Hainaut (1170-1190) - Find A Grave...
Royalty. Born the eldest daughter of Baldwin V of Hainaut and Margaret I of Flanders. The marriage to Philipp II August was probably arranged by his adviser Philippe of Flanders and celebrated without the consent of his parents Adele de Champagne and Louis VII. His father was so ill at the time that he was unable to...
15 Things You Didn't Know About 15 Captains, Commanders And Conquerors
Captains of armies, captains of ships - you know these guys. But you probably didn't know this stuff. Check out the Captain Morgan YouTube page to keep up with the adventures of Captain Morgan, who was an actual guy.
January 28 – Great in every sense - Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
Charlemagne (French for Charles the Great, Carolus Magnus, or Carlus Magnus; German Karl der Grosse). The name given by later generations to Charles, King of the Franks, first sovereign of the Christian Empire of the West; born 2 April, 742; died at Aachen, 28 January, 814. At the time of Charles’ birth, his father, Pepin […]
March 14 – Patroness of Those Falsely Accused - Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
St. Matilda, Queen of Saxony Queen of Germany, wife of King Henry I (The Fowler), born at the Villa of Engern in Westphalia, about 895; died at Quedlinburg, 14 March, 968. She was brought up at the monastery of Erfurt. Henry, whose marriage to a young widow, named Hathburg, had been declared invalid, asked for […]
Mœurs, usages et costumes au moyen âge et à l'époque de la renaissance (1871) (14591467479) Costume de Marie de Bourgogne, fille de Charles le Téméraire, femme de Maximilien d'Autriche (fin du xve siècle). D'après une ancienne gravure à la Bibliothèque impériale de Paris, cabinet des estampes.