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Ailenor (Eleanor) of Aquitaine
Ailenor (Eleanor) of Aquitaine
 
 
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Alain III, Duc de Bregagne
Alain III, Duc de Bregagne
 
 
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Alain IV, Duc de Bretagne
Alain IV, Duc de Bretagne
 
 
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Aldermen
Aldermen
 
 
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Alexios I Komnenos, Emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire 1081-1118
Alexios I Komnenos, Emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire 1081-1118
 
 
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Alexios III Angelos, Emperor Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine)
Alexios III Angelos, Emperor Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine)
 
 
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Alfonso III \'The Great\', King of Asturias, Galicia & Leon
Alfonso III \'The Great\', King of Asturias, Galicia & Leon
 
 
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Alfonso V, King of Leon
Alfonso V, King of Leon
 
 
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Alfonso VI \'The Brave\', King of Castile and León
Alfonso VI \'The Brave\', King of Castile and León
 
 
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Alfonso VIII, King of Castile
Alfonso VIII, King of Castile
 
 
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Alfred 'the Great' King or England 871-899
Alfred 'the Great' King or England 871-899
Ranked #14 in the BBC\'s 100 great Britons 
 
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Alienor D\'Aquitaine
Alienor D\'Aquitaine
 
 
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Alienor D\'Aquitaine, Queen
Alienor D\'Aquitaine, Queen
 
 
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Alienor D\'Aquitaine, Queen of England.jpg
Alienor D\'Aquitaine, Queen of England.jpg
 
 
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Almodis de La Marche
Almodis de La Marche
 
 
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Almos of Hungary c. 850-895
Almos of Hungary c. 850-895
 
 
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Alphonse VII King of Castile and Leon
Alphonse VII King of Castile and Leon
 
 
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Alsterburg, Hamburg, Germany
Alsterburg, Hamburg, Germany
 
 
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Amadeo II, Comte de Savoie
Amadeo II, Comte de Savoie
 
 
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Amblecote, England map
Amblecote, England map
 
 
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Amulf II
Amulf II
 
 
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Analostan Island
Analostan Island
George Mason III bought Barbadoes Island from Francis Hammersly in 1717, and the island came to be known as Mason\'s Island. George Mason gave the island to his fourth son John Mason in 1792. Since John Mason always referred to the island as Analostan Island it came to be known by that name. During the 1790s, John ordered a summer home built there. After financial troubles, the bank foreclosed the island and John\'s Georgetown property in 1833. John Mason then moved to Clermont, a 320-acre (1.3 km²) property he had recently acquired, where he spent the rest of his life.[37][38] 
 
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Analostan Island (Barbados Island, Mason Island)
Analostan Island (Barbados Island, Mason Island)
The Nacotchtank Indians, formerly of what is now Anacostia (in Washington, D.C.), temporarily moved to the island in 1668, giving its first recorded name, \"Anacostine\". The island was patented in 1682 as Anacostine Island by Captain Randolph Brandt (or Brunett), who left the island to his daughter Margaret Hammersley, upon his death in 1698 or 1699.[5][6] The island was acquired by George Mason III in 1724.[7] George Mason IV acquired the island in 1735 upon the death of his father and John Mason, the son of George Mason IV, inherited the Island in 1792 and owned it until 1833.[5] John Mason built a mansion around 1796 and planted gardens there in the early 19th century. The Masons left the island in 1831 when a causeway stagnated the water.  
 
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Analostan Island, now Roosevelt Island
Analostan Island, now Roosevelt Island
 
 
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Andechs, Germany
Andechs, Germany
 
 
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Andras II statue in Hero\'s Square in Budapest
Andras II statue in Hero\'s Square in Budapest
 
 
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Andras II, King of Hungary
Andras II, King of Hungary
 
 
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Andronikos Kamateros\' Sacred Arsenal
Andronikos Kamateros\' Sacred Arsenal
\"extensive dogmatic and theological exposition on various heresies\", modelled on the Dogmatic Panoply of Euthymios Zigabenos but expanded to include tracts against the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church and the Armenian Church. The work was commissioned by Emperor Manuel, and its two parts mainly consist of what Kamateros claims to be verbatim transcripts of theological disputations held by Manuel I with Catholic and Armenian envoys at Constantinople. 
 
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Anjou, France
Anjou, France
 
 
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Ann Eilbeck
Ann Eilbeck
Married George Mason IV in 1950, had 12 children 
 
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Ann Penn Chew Mason
Ann Penn Chew Mason
 
 
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Anna Dallassene, Regent of the Eastern Roman Empire
Anna Dallassene, Regent of the Eastern Roman Empire
Painting by Judy Chicago, \'The Dinner Party\' at the Brooklyn Museum. This setting for Anna Dalassene 
 
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Anna Komnene Angelina, Empress of Nicea in Antolia
Anna Komnene Angelina, Empress of Nicea in Antolia
What is now Turkey 
 
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Anne De Kiev, Queen consort of France and regent of France
Anne De Kiev, Queen consort of France and regent of France
 
 
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Anthony St. Leger, Lord Deputy of Ireland
Anthony St. Leger, Lord Deputy of Ireland
 
 
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Antioch
Antioch
Antioch was founded near the end of the 4th century BC by Seleucus I Nicator, one of Alexander the Great\'s generals. The city\'s geographical, military, and economic location benefited its occupants, particularly such features as the spice trade, the Silk Road, and the Persian Royal Road. It eventually rivaled Alexandria as the chief city of the Near East. It was also the main center of Hellenistic Judaism at the end of the Second Temple period. Most of the urban development of Antioch was done during the Roman Empire, when the city was one of the most important in the eastern Mediterranean area of Rome\'s dominions. 
 
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Aoife MacMurrough
Aoife MacMurrough
Marriage of Aoife and \"Strongbow\" 
 
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Archetype of Byzantine war ship, the Droman
Archetype of Byzantine war ship, the Droman
The Dromon is the most famous Byzantine ship. This fast galley was indeed the standard of the fleet of the Eastern Roman Empire from 800 to 1300 AD. 
 
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Archibald Cary
Archibald Cary
 
 
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Arms of Thouars
Arms of Thouars
 
 
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Arpad, Prince of the Hungarians
Arpad, Prince of the Hungarians
 
 
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Arpad\'s wife on the arrival of the Hungarians
Arpad\'s wife on the arrival of the Hungarians
At the turn of the 9th century, the Hungarians arrive in the Carpathian Basin 
 
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Arundel Castle\'s 12th-century keep
Arundel Castle\'s 12th-century keep
Empress Maud, the only legitimate living child of Henry I, landed in England in 1139 in an attempt to press her claim to the monarchy. She was soon besieged by King Stephen\'s forces at Arundel castle. Stephen allowed Maud a safe conduct to Bristol and provided her with an escort, which included William de Braose,[8] 
 
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Arundel, in West Sussex, England
Arundel, in West Sussex, England
 
 
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Audley, England
Audley, England
 
 
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Audley, Staffordshire, England
Audley, Staffordshire, England
Thomas Audley, whose commemorative brass is in St James Church in Audley. Thomas was the son of the second Lord Audley, James (Baron Audley of Redcastle and Heleigh) and Elizabeth Lestrange of Knokyn. James 2nd Baron Audley\'s first wife was Joan Mortimer, daughter of Roger Mortimer. James\'s cousin Sir James Audley was Edward \'The Black Prince\'s \' hero on the battlefield who was created 21st Knight of the Garter. Sir James\'s father was Hugh Audley Baron Audley of Stratton. 
 
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Auxerre in Bourgogne, France
Auxerre in Bourgogne, France
 
 
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Avranches, France
Avranches, France
 
 
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Aymeric I
Aymeric I
 
 
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Aznar Galindez, Conde de Aragon
Aznar Galindez, Conde de Aragon
 
 

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