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Baldwin V, Count of Hainaut
Baldwin V, Count of Hainaut
 
 
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Baldwin VI and Richilde of Hainault
Baldwin VI and Richilde of Hainault
 
 
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Bar-sur-Aube, France
Bar-sur-Aube, France
Bar-sur-Aube (French: [ba? sy? ob] (About this sound listen)) is a French commune and a sub-prefecture in the Aube department in the Grand Est region of France.[1]

Surrounded by hills and Champagne vineyards, the city is traversed by the river Aube, from which it derives its name.

The inhabitants of the commune are known as Baralbins or Baralbines and Barsuraubois or Barsurauboises.[2]

The commune has been awarded three flowers by the National Council of Towns and Villages in Bloom in the Competition of cities and villages in Bloom.[3] 
 
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Barron Edward Nevill
Barron Edward Nevill
 
 
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Basilique de Longpont
Basilique de Longpont
 
 
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Basilique de Longpont exterior
Basilique de Longpont exterior
 
 
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Battle of Hastings
Battle of Hastings
Companions of the Conqueror fighting at Hastings, as depicted in the Bayeux Tapestry. The Duke is on the right, and shows his face to encourage his followers. Legend above: Hic Est Dux Wilel(mus) ("Here is Duke William.") At the left is Bishop Odo. Legend above: Hic Odo Eps (Episcopus) Baculu(m) Tenens, "Here (is) Odo the Bishop holding a club" (see detail below). To the far right, holding a standard, is Eustace, Count of Boulogne (see detail below), with legend above, in upper margin: E[...]TIUS, standing for Eustatius, a Latinised version of "Eustace."[1] The figure is said by others to be Turstin FitzRolf, said by Orderic Vitalis to have carried the Norman standard: Turstinus filius Rollonis vexillum Normannorum portavit, "Turstin son of Rollo carried the standard of the Normans," The Tapestry however depicts it as the Papal Banner, a cross, granted to the Duke by Pope Alexander II to signify papal approval of the Conquest of England. 
 
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Battle of Hastings
Battle of Hastings
 
 
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Battle of Lincoln (1217)
Battle of Lincoln (1217)
 
 
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Baudouin II, King of Jerusalem 1118-1131
Baudouin II, King of Jerusalem 1118-1131
 
 
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Baudouin III Graaf van Blaanderen
Baudouin III Graaf van Blaanderen
Established the weaving industry in Ghent, laying the basis for economy for centuries to come 
 
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Baudouin IV
Baudouin IV
 
 
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Baudouin V
Baudouin V
 
 
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Baudouin V De Hainault Coat of Arms
Baudouin V De Hainault Coat of Arms
 
 
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Baudouin VI Graff van Vlaanderen
Baudouin VI Graff van Vlaanderen
 
 
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Bayeux
Bayeux
What would become Normandy, France 
 
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Bayeux coat of arms
Bayeux coat of arms
 
 
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Bayeux Tapestry
Bayeux Tapestry
depicting the events leading up to the Norman conquest culminating in the Battle of Hastings in 1066. It is 230\' long and 20\" high of extraordinary work. 
 
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Beatrice of Savoy
Beatrice of Savoy
in Les Echelles (Savoy, France) 
 
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Beatrix of Vermandois
Beatrix of Vermandois
 
 
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Beaumont de Roger
Beaumont de Roger
The commune is located in the valley of the Risle on the edge of the forest with which it shares its name. Roger de Beaumont, a powerful 11th century lord and adviser to William the Conqueror, derived his family name from Beaumont, of which his family were lords. 
 
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Bela I, King of Hungary
Bela I, King of Hungary
 
 
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Béla IV, King of Hungary
Béla IV, King of Hungary
 
 
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Bela IV\'s statue in Heroes\' Square in Budapest
Bela IV\'s statue in Heroes\' Square in Budapest
 
 
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Bela\'s youngest daughter, Margaret, on the Nimorities Church in Saint-Poi-de Leon in France
Bela\'s youngest daughter, Margaret, on the Nimorities Church in Saint-Poi-de Leon in France
 
 
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Belleme, France
Belleme, France
 
 
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Berengar II, King of Italy
Berengar II, King of Italy
 
 
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Berenguela DE BARCELONE
Berenguela DE BARCELONE
 
 
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Beringar I, Holy Roman Emperor
Beringar I, Holy Roman Emperor
 
 
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Bernard II, Duke of Saxony (Sachsen)
Bernard II, Duke of Saxony (Sachsen)
 
 
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Bernhard I, Herzog von Sachsen
Bernhard I, Herzog von Sachsen
 
 
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Berringer House in Barbados
Berringer House in Barbados
 
 
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Bertha of Burgundy, Queen consort of the Franks
Bertha of Burgundy, Queen consort of the Franks
 
 
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Bertha of Holland, Queen consort of the Franks
Bertha of Holland, Queen consort of the Franks
 
 
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Bertha of Savoy, Empress of the Holy Roman Empire, Queen consort of Germany
Bertha of Savoy, Empress of the Holy Roman Empire, Queen consort of Germany
 
 
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Bertha von Schwaben, Queen consort of Upper Burgundy
Bertha von Schwaben, Queen consort of Upper Burgundy
 
 
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Berthe of Holland, Queen consort of the Franks
Berthe of Holland, Queen consort of the Franks
 
 
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Berthold VI von Andechs
Berthold VI von Andechs
 
 
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Bertila of Spoleto
Bertila of Spoleto
 
 
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Bertrada Castle
Bertrada Castle
 
 
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Bertrada of Laon, Queen of the Franks
Bertrada of Laon, Queen of the Franks
 
 
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Bertrade de Montfort
Bertrade de Montfort
 
 
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Bjorn, King of Sweden
Bjorn, King of Sweden
 
 
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Blanche DE CASTILLE, Regent of France
Blanche DE CASTILLE, Regent of France
 
 
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Blanche D\'Artois
Blanche D\'Artois
 
 
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Bohemia map (now Chechoslovakia)
Bohemia map (now Chechoslovakia)
 
 
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Boleshaw I, King of Poland
Boleshaw I, King of Poland
 
 
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Boleslaw I \'the Gruesome\'
Boleslaw I \'the Gruesome\'
 
 
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Boso, Count of Vienne, King of Lower-Burgundy
Boso, Count of Vienne, King of Lower-Burgundy
d. 11 Jan, 887 
 
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Boson II d\'Arles
Boson II d\'Arles
 
 

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