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Gerberga von Sachsen
Gerberga von Sachsen
 
 
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Gorm the Old
Gorm the Old
Queen Thyra telling Gorm about their son\'s death 
 
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Governor\'s Palace in Williamsburg
Governor\'s Palace in Williamsburg
Both Henry Carys were involved in its construction 
 
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Guillaume I, Comte de Bourgogne
Guillaume I, Comte de Bourgogne
 
 
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Guillaume I, Longsword
Guillaume I, Longsword
 
 
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Guillaume I-III Duc d\'Aquitaine, Comte de Poitou
Guillaume I-III Duc d\'Aquitaine, Comte de Poitou
 
 
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Guillaume II \'the Liberateur\'
Guillaume II \'the Liberateur\'
 
 
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Guillaume II-IV
Guillaume II-IV
 
 
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Guillaume Talvas
Guillaume Talvas
Cruel, bad guy 
 
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Guillaume VIII-X de Poitou
Guillaume VIII-X de Poitou
 
 
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Guillaume VIII-X de Poitou, Cuc d\'Aquitaine, Guyenne
Guillaume VIII-X de Poitou, Cuc d\'Aquitaine, Guyenne
 
 
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Gunnora, Duchess consort of Normandy
Gunnora, Duchess consort of Normandy
 
 
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Gunston Hall
Gunston Hall
Gunston Hall is an 18th-century Georgian mansion near the Potomac River in Mason Neck, Virginia, USA.[4][5] The house was the home of the United States Founding Father George Mason. It was located at the center of a 5,500 acre (22 km²) plantation.The home is also located not far from George Washington\'s home. [6] The construction period of Gunston Hall was between 1755[7] and 1759.[8]

The interior of the house and its design was mostly the work of William Buckland, a carpenter/joiner and indentured servant from England. Buckland later went on to design several notable buildings in Virginia and Maryland. Both he and William Bernard Sears, another indentured servant, are believed to have created the ornate woodwork and interior carving. Gunston\'s interior design combines elements of rococo, chinoiserie, and Gothic styles, an unusual contrast to the tendency for simple decoration in Virginia at this time.[9] Although chinoiserie was popular in Britain, Gunston Hall is the only house known to have had this decoration in colonial America.[10] In 1792, Thomas Jefferson attended George Mason at his death bed at Gunston Hall.[11] After Mason\'s death later that year, the house continued to be used as a residence for many years.[12] In 1868, it was purchased by noted abolitionist and civil war Colonel Edward Daniels.[13] It is now a museum owned by the Commonwealth of Virginia and open to the public.[14] The home and grounds were designated a National Historic Landmark in 1960 for their association with Mason.[15] 
 
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Gunston Hall 1958 commemorative stamp
Gunston Hall 1958 commemorative stamp
Gunston Hall, home of George Mason, was commemorated on a 3-cent stamp for the 200th anniversary on June 12, 1958. The view shows the riverfront side of the classic mid-Georgian brick home. George Mason was author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights, which served as the basis of the first ten amendments to the Federal Constitution.[39] 
 
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Harold Bluetooth
Harold Bluetooth
Danish monarch @970 
 
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Hay Castle, Maude de St. Vallery
Hay Castle, Maude de St. Vallery
 
 
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Hayes in Edenton, North Carolina
Hayes in Edenton, North Carolina
 
 
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Heinrich I 'the Fowler' King of the Romans 919-936
Heinrich I 'the Fowler' King of the Romans 919-936
 
 
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Henry De Percy, 9th Baron Percy, 2nd Baron Percy of Alnwick
Henry De Percy, 9th Baron Percy, 2nd Baron Percy of Alnwick
 
 
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Henry II of England
Henry II of England
 
 
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Henry III
Henry III
 
 
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Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor
Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor
 
 
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Henry Page genealogy from 'Some Colonial Mansions'
Henry Page genealogy from "Some Colonial Mansions"
 
 
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Henry Page page 207
Henry Page page 207
 
 
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Henry VII and Eleanor
Henry VII and Eleanor
 
 
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Henry VII and Eleanor
Henry VII and Eleanor
 
 
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Herman Billung
Herman Billung
 
 
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Hildegard of Vinzgau, Queen Holy Roman Empire
Hildegard of Vinzgau, Queen Holy Roman Empire
Wife of Charlemagne 
 
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Hodierne de Gometz
Hodierne de Gometz
 
 
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Holy Trinity Cemetery
Holy Trinity Cemetery
 
 
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House of Thouars in France
House of Thouars in France
 
 
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House of Welf
House of Welf
Parent house of Este. In Germany, Italy, UK, 11th century. Founder: Welf I, Duke of Bavaria 
 
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House of Welf
House of Welf
 
 
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Hugh de Kevelioc, 5th Earl of Chester
Hugh de Kevelioc, 5th Earl of Chester
 
 
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Hugues Capet, King of France
Hugues Capet, King of France
 
 
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Hugues The Great
Hugues The Great
 
 
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Inigo Iniguez Arista, King of Pamplona
Inigo Iniguez Arista, King of Pamplona
 
 
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Irmgard of Tours (not really her)
Irmgard of Tours (not really her)
I think this is Eleanof of Provence, but I wanted to have some symbol of her noted beauty. 
 
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Isabelle of France
Isabelle of France
 
 
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Isham family coat of arms
Isham family coat of arms
 
 
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James Murray Mason
James Murray Mason
 
 
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James Murray Mason Jr.
James Murray Mason Jr.
 
 
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Japeth, son of Noah
Japeth, son of Noah
Progenitor of Europeans 
 
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Jimena Díaz D'OVIEDO statue
Jimena Díaz D'OVIEDO statue
 
 
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Joan Beaufort, Countess of Westmorland
Joan Beaufort, Countess of Westmorland
 
 
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Joan De Beaufort 2
Joan De Beaufort 2
 
 
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John of Gaunt was from Ghent, Belgium
John of Gaunt was from Ghent, Belgium
 
 
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John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster
John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster
 
 
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John Williamson Page
John Williamson Page
 
 
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Judith Armistead Carter
Judith Armistead Carter
 
 

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