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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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Bradenstoke Priory
Bradenstoke Priory
Bradenstoke Priory was a medieval priory of Augustinian canons regular in the village of Bradenstoke, Wiltshire, England. In the 1930s the property was purchased by William Randolph Hearst and some of its structures were used by him for the renovation of St Donat\'s Castle, near Llantwit Major, Wales. 
 
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Bramber Castle
Bramber Castle
 
 
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Bramber Castle in West Sussex
Bramber Castle in West Sussex
 
 
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Bretagne or Brittany
Bretagne or Brittany
 
 
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Brian Boru, High King of Ireland 1002-1014
Brian Boru, High King of Ireland 1002-1014
 
 
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Brian Boruma mac Cennetig, King of Ireland 1002-1014
Brian Boruma mac Cennetig, King of Ireland 1002-1014
 
 
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Bruc heraldry
Bruc heraldry
 
 
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Bulgaria
Bulgaria
 
 
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Burgundy, France (of the Franks)
Burgundy, France (of the Franks)
 
 
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Burley Manor
Burley Manor
This is the rebuilt house. The original was more of a working farmhouse 
 
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Bywell Castle
Bywell Castle
 
 
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Bywell, Northumberland
Bywell, Northumberland
 
 
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Cadwaladr Fendigaid \'the Blessed\', King of Gwynedd
Cadwaladr Fendigaid \'the Blessed\', King of Gwynedd
 
 
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Cadwallon ap Cadfan, King of Gwynedd c. 625-634
Cadwallon ap Cadfan, King of Gwynedd c. 625-634
 
 
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Camville, Normandie, France
Camville, Normandie, France
 
 
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Capetian Line from Hugh Capet
Capetian Line from Hugh Capet
 
 
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Carolingian Dynasty
Carolingian Dynasty
 
 
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Carolingian dynasty
Carolingian dynasty
 
 
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Castile (Castille) in what is now Spain
Castile (Castille) in what is now Spain
 
 
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Castle Acre Priory, Norfolk, England
Castle Acre Priory, Norfolk, England
 
 
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Castle at Lusignan
Castle at Lusignan
The Château de Lusignan (in Lusignan, Vienne département, France) was the ancestral seat of the House of Lusignan, Poitevin Marcher Lords, who distinguished themselves in the First Crusade and became the royal family of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, the Kingdom of Cyprus, and the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia.

Lusignan was constructed in the region of Poitou, occupying a natural strongpoint: a narrow promontory that overlooked steep valleys on either side. It was already so impressive in the 12th century that a legend developed to the effect that its founder had faery aid, in the guise of the water spirit Melusine, who built it and its church through her arts, as a gift for her husband Raymondin. 
 
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Castle Coucy
Castle Coucy
 
 
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Caus Castle
Caus Castle
 
 
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Cerdic, King of Saxon Wessex
Cerdic, King of Saxon Wessex
All the sovereigns of England, except Knud \'den Store\', Hardeknud, the two Harolds and William \'the Conqueror\', are said to be descended from Cerdic. 
 
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Cerdic, King of West Wessex
Cerdic, King of West Wessex
 
 
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Champtose-sur-Loire, France map
Champtose-sur-Loire, France map
 
 
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Chapel on Ufnau Island
Chapel on Ufnau Island
Regelinda suffered and died on Ufnau Island 
 
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Charlemagne
Charlemagne
 
 
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Charlemagne gold bust in Aachen Cathedral
Charlemagne gold bust in Aachen Cathedral
 
 
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Charlemagne statue
Charlemagne statue
 
 
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Charles City County, Virginia
Charles City County, Virginia
 
 
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Charles III realms
Charles III realms
 
 
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Charles III \'The Simple\'
Charles III \'The Simple\'
His nickname \'simplex\' or the simple is misleading. The Latin \'Simplex\' was given to him meaning straightforward as in loyal or without guile. The nickname \'the Simple\' has stuck with him even though its meaning has been corrupted. He was not, however, generally complimented by the chroniclers. He was called Charles the Stupid by a later chronicler for an incident in 919 where he abandoned his men.[1] Besides this, he was called stultus (fatuous), hebes (stupid), insipiens (foolish), parvus (small) and minor (inferior). 
 
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Charles III, King of France
Charles III, King of France
 
 
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Charles Martel, \'The Hammer\'
Charles Martel, \'The Hammer\'
 
 
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Charles the Bald
Charles the Bald
Holy Roman Emperor 840-877 
 
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Charles \'The Hammer\'
Charles \'The Hammer\'
 
 
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Charles, Comte de Valois
Charles, Comte de Valois
 
 
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Charles, Duc de Lorraine
Charles, Duc de Lorraine
 
 
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Chateau de Dinan
Chateau de Dinan
Probably built by Olivier I de Dinan 
 
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Chateau de Roucy
Chateau de Roucy
 
 
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Chateau fort de Dinan (castle)
Chateau fort de Dinan (castle)
 
 
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Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin
Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin
Sigtrygg Silkbeard was associated with its foundation 
 
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Church at Clodock, Gilbert de Lacy, Knights Templar
Church at Clodock, Gilbert de Lacy, Knights Templar
 
 
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Church of St. Mary at Mount Naranco, Spain
Church of St. Mary at Mount Naranco, Spain
World Heritage Site built by Ramiro I, King of Asturias in 848 
 
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Clun in Shropshire on the Welsh border
Clun in Shropshire on the Welsh border
 
 
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Clun River in Shropshire on Welsh border
Clun River in Shropshire on Welsh border
 
 
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Coat of arms of Thouars family
Coat of arms of Thouars family
 
 

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