Table of contents for Eleanor of Aquitaine and the High Middle Ages / by Nancy Plain.


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Contents
Introduction
PART ONE: Eleanor, the Queen 
1. Queen of France
2. Crusade
3. Great Henry 
4. Trouble in the Kingdom
5. Courtly Love and Rebellion
6. Richard the Lionheart
7. King John
8. Epilogue
PART TWO: Everyday Life in Eleanor's Realm
9. Clothes
10. Food
11. Knights in Armor
12. Castles
13. Cathedrals
PART THREE: The French and the English in Their Own Words
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Map
Glossary
To Learn More about the Middle Ages
Bibliography
Notes
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Eleanor, of Aquitaine, Queen, consort of Henry II, King of England, 1122?-1204 Juvenile literature, Great Britain History Henry II, 1154-1189 Biography Juvenile literature, France History Louis VII, 1137-1180 Biography Juvenile literature, Queens Great Britain Biography Juvenile literature, Queens France Biography Juvenile literature, Middle Ages Juvenile literature