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Charles V and Jeanne De Bourbon

Charles V and Jeanne De Bourbon

Phillipa De Hainault, Queen consort of King Edward III of England - 20th Maternal Great Grandmother.

Philippa De Hainault, Queen of King Edward III of England. - looks like a Victorian-era drawing

Abbey Church, Saint-Denis, Ile-de-France, France - Jeanne de Bourbon 1377

Abbey Church, Saint-Denis, Ile-de-France, France - Jeanne de Bourbon 1377

daughter of king Christopher II, 1332, and wife queen Euphemia of Pomerania, 1330, Denmark Soro Abbey, http://www.themcs.org/costume/Female/Denmark%20Soro%20Abbey%20king%20Christopher%20II%201332%20and%20wife%20Queen%20Euphemia%20of%20Pomerania%201330%20head%20157.JPG

daughter of king Christopher II, 1332, and wife queen Euphemia of Pomerania, 1330, Denmark Soro Abbey, http://www.themcs.org/costume/Female/Denmark%20Soro%20Abbey%20king%20Christopher%20II%201332%20and%20wife%20Queen%20Euphemia%20of%20Pomerania%201330%20head%20157.JPG

Juana of Spain (1479-1555), "La Loca", the Mad.

Juana of Spain "La Loca", the Mad.

Margaret I of Denmark, Norway and Sweden

Queen Maragret I (drottning Margareta), the daugther of Valdemar Atterdag. Queen regnant and founder of the Kalmar Union, uniting Sweden (including Finland), Denmark and Norway.

Constance of Castile (c 1140 - 4 October 1160) was Queen of France as the second wife of Louis VII, who married her following the annulment of his marriage to Eleanor of Aquitaine. She was a daughter of Alfonso VII of León and Berengaria of Barcelona, but her year of birth is not certainly known.The official reason for her husband's divorce from Eleanor of Aquitaine had been that he was too close a relative of Eleanor for the marriage to be legal by Church standards; however, he was even

Constance of Castile - Queen of France from 1154 - She was the second wife of Louis VII, and they had two daughters.

Kraków, katedra na Wawelu - Materiały dodatkowe – galeria wiedzy Wydawnictwa Naukowego PWN

Kraków, katedra na Wawelu - Materiały dodatkowe – galeria wiedzy Wydawnictwa Naukowego PWN

Crowns 14th Century > present  My coronet is based on this one. Just without the frufru

Crowns Century > present My coronet is based on this one. Just without the frufru

Gilded statue of Margaret of York, supporting Mary of Burgundy, on the façade of the Basilica of the Holy Blood in Bruges, 1529-33

Gilded statue of Margaret of York, supporting Mary of Burgundy, on the façade of the Basilica of the Holy Blood in Bruges,

Berengaria of Navarre, wife of Richard the Lionheart. First and only Queen never to visit England

Berengaria of Navarre c. – 23 December was Queen of the English as the wife of King Richard I of England. She was the eldest daughter of King Sancho VI of Navarre and Sancha of Castile.

Marie of Romania wearing the steel crown forged out of a cannon captured from the Ottomans during the War of Independence.

Queen Marie of Romania – the former Princess Marie of Edinburgh, a grand-daughter of Queen Victoria, was the first crowned head to become a Bahá'í.

Philipp der Schoene (1478-1506), King of Castile,

Philipp der Schoene King of Castile,

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