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3rd Crusade and Albigensian Crusade in 1210
3rd Crusade and Albigensian Crusade in 1210
 
 
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Abbey at Gellome
Abbey at Gellome
 
 
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Abbey at Montieneuf
Abbey at Montieneuf
Dedicated by Guillaume VIII 
 
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Abbey at St Bathans
Abbey at St Bathans
Abbey St Bathans was originally a priory of Cistercian Nuns. It was sanctified and then used as a retreat by the sisters who formed the community at Haddington and at Nunraw, under the patronage of Ada, Countess of Dunbar and her husband Patrick, Earl of Dunbar. 
 
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Abbey of Gandersheim
Abbey of Gandersheim
 
 
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Abbey of Grestain in Normandy
Abbey of Grestain in Normandy
Founded in 1050 by Herluin of Contefille and Herleva, mother of the King of England 
 
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Abergavenny Castle
Abergavenny Castle
Abergavenny Castle (Welsh: Castell y Fenni) is a ruined castle in the market town of Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales, established by the Norman lord Hamelin de Balun in about 1087. It was the site of a massacre of Welsh noblemen in 1175, and was attacked during the early 15th century Glynd?r Rising. William Camden, the 16th century antiquary, said that the castle \"has been oftner stain\'d with the infamy of treachery, than any other castle in Wales.\"[1] 
 
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Abergavenny Castle
Abergavenny Castle
Abergavenny Castle (Welsh: Castell y Fenni) is a ruined castle in the market town of Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales, established by the Norman lord Hamelin de Balun in about 1087. It was the site of a massacre of Welsh noblemen in 1175, and was attacked during the early 15th century Glynd?r Rising. William Camden, the 16th century antiquary, said that the castle \"has been oftner stain\'d with the infamy of treachery, than any other castle in Wales.\"[1] 
 
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Adam and Eve Genealogy
Adam and Eve Genealogy
 
 
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Adelaide de Suse
Adelaide de Suse
 
 
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Adelaide dite Blanche d\'Anjou
Adelaide dite Blanche d\'Anjou
 
 
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Adelaide d\'Anjou
Adelaide d\'Anjou
Countess consort of Gevaudan, Toulouse, Provence & Burgandy
Queen consort of Aquitaine
Regent of Gevaudan 
 
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Adelaide, Countess of Vermandois
Adelaide, Countess of Vermandois
 
 
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Adele de Chanpagne, Queen consort of the Franks
Adele de Chanpagne, Queen consort of the Franks
 
 
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Adele of Meaux
Adele of Meaux
 
 
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Adriatic Sea
Adriatic Sea
 
 
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Aelis, Queen of France
Aelis, Queen of France
 
 
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Agnes De Baudement
Agnes De Baudement
 
 
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Agnes de Bourgogne
Agnes de Bourgogne
 
 
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Agnes of Antioch, Queen of Hungary
Agnes of Antioch, Queen of Hungary
 
 
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Agnes of Poitou, Empress consort of the Holy Roman Empire
Agnes of Poitou, Empress consort of the Holy Roman Empire
 
 
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Agnes von Franken
Agnes von Franken
 
 
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Agnes von Franken
Agnes von Franken
 
 
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Agnes von Franken
Agnes von Franken
 
 

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