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East Francia
East Francia
 
 
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East Frankia
East Frankia
 
 
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Edgar 'The Peaceful' King of England 959-975
Edgar 'The Peaceful' King of England 959-975
 
 
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Edinburgh Castle
Edinburgh Castle
 
 
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Edmund 'Ironside' King of England 1016
Edmund 'Ironside' King of England 1016
 
 
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Edmund I, 'the Magnificent' King of England
Edmund I, 'the Magnificent' King of England
 
 
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Edmund \'Crouchback\' Plantagenet
Edmund \"Crouchback\" Plantagenet
 
 
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Edward Atheling of Wessex
Edward Atheling of Wessex
 
 
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Edward I
Edward I
 
 
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Edward I \'The Elder\', King of the Anglo-Saxons
Edward I \'The Elder\', King of the Anglo-Saxons
 
 
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Edward II, King of England 1307-1327
Edward II, King of England 1307-1327
 
 
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Edward The Elder
Edward The Elder
King of England  
 
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Edward the Exile
Edward the Exile
 
 
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Eglise de Longpont
Eglise de Longpont
 
 
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Eirene Doukaina lead seal, Empress Byzantine Empire
Eirene Doukaina lead seal, Empress Byzantine Empire
 
 
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Eleanor of Castile, Queen consort of England
Eleanor of Castile, Queen consort of England
 
 
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Eleanor of England, Queen of Castile
Eleanor of England, Queen of Castile
 
 
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Eleonore De Provence
Eleonore De Provence
 
 
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Elfleda (Aelflaed)
Elfleda (Aelflaed)
 
 
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Elisabeth of Vermandois
Elisabeth of Vermandois
Born around 1085, Isabel de Vermandois had the blood of kings flowing through her veins. Her father was Hugh Capet, younger son of King Henry I of France. Her mother was Adelaide de Vermandois, a descendant of the ancient Carolingian dynasty. She was 1 of her parents’ 9 surviving children; 4 boys and 5 girls. 
 
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Elisse, King of Powys pillar
Elisse, King of Powys pillar
The Pillar of Eliseg — also known as Elise\'s Pillar or Croes Elisedd in Welsh — stands near Valle Crucis Abbey, Denbighshire, Wales.[1] It was erected by Cyngen ap Cadell (died 855), king of Powys in honour of his great-grandfather Elisedd ap Gwylog. 
 
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Eliza Chew Brent
Eliza Chew Brent
 
 
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Eliza Hill
Eliza Hill
 
 
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Eliza Hill
Eliza Hill
Ellie Wood\'s grandmother 
 
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Eliza Hill Mason
Eliza Hill Mason
 
 
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Eliza Rebecca Bradley Hill
Eliza Rebecca Bradley Hill
 
 
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Eliza Rebecca Bradley Hill grave
Eliza Rebecca Bradley Hill grave
 
 
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Elizabeth 'Betty' Landon Carter
Elizabeth "Betty" Landon Carter
 
 
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Elizabeth De Beauchamp?
Elizabeth De Beauchamp?
 
 
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Ellie Wood Keith and little May Speed
Ellie Wood Keith and little May Speed
 
 
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Elstow Abbey
Elstow Abbey
Elstow Abbey was a monastery for Benedictine nuns in Elstow, Bedfordshire, England. It was founded c.1075 by Judith, Countess of Huntingdon, a niece of William the Conqueror, and therefore is classed as a royal foundation.[1][2] 
 
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Emese
Emese
 
 
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Emma of Normandy, Queen of England, Denmark and Norway
Emma of Normandy, Queen of England, Denmark and Norway
 
 
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Enamel effigy of Geoffrey V Plantagenet, Count of Anjou
Enamel effigy of Geoffrey V Plantagenet, Count of Anjou
 
 
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Engelbert I Graf im Draichgau, Graf von Sponheim
Engelbert I Graf im Draichgau, Graf von Sponheim
Engelbert became a monk at the Abbey of St Paul in Lavanttal 
 
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Enoch
Enoch
God took Enoch to be with Him 
 
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Eochaid the Venomous, King of Scots of Argyll
Eochaid the Venomous, King of Scots of Argyll
 
 
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Erembourg de Maine
Erembourg de Maine
 
 
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Eric \'the Victorious\', King of Sweden
Eric \'the Victorious\', King of Sweden
 
 
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Ermengarde de Amjou
Ermengarde de Amjou
 
 
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Ermengarde d\'Anjou, Crusader
Ermengarde d\'Anjou, Crusader
Ermengarde at one point went on Crusade to Palestine; she returned ten years later, and some historians believe her life ended in Jerusalem at the convent of Saint Anne. But obituary lists at Redon Abbey record a date of death in 1146 in Redon where her second husband, Alan IV was buried. It is believed that she died a nun. The contradictions about her death and the records of her burial maybe indicated that in fact she died in Jerusalem, and that her body was subsequently transferred to Redon. 
 
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Ermentrud de Roucy
Ermentrud de Roucy
 
 
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Ermentrudis of Orleans
Ermentrudis of Orleans
 
 
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Ersebet, Queen consort of Hungary
Ersebet, Queen consort of Hungary
 
 
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Este, Italy
Este, Italy
 
 
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Estouteville-sur-mer
Estouteville-sur-mer
 
 
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Estrid of the Obotrites, Queen consort of Sweden
Estrid of the Obotrites, Queen consort of Sweden
 
 
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Eudes (Odo) of Bayeux
Eudes (Odo) of Bayeux
 
 
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Eudes I, Duke of Brittany
Eudes I, Duke of Brittany
 
 
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Eudes II, Comte de Blois, Chartres, Troyes et Champagne
Eudes II, Comte de Blois, Chartres, Troyes et Champagne
 
 

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