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century Mural in Chapel of Saint Radegund in Chinon, France. The people depicted are traditionally thought to represent Eleanor of Aquitaine, Henry Plantagenet, and their children.

Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine and  Henry II, King of England (on right) 25th GGGrandparents

Eleanor of Aquitaine was one of the most powerful and influential figures of the Middle Ages. Inheriting a vast estate at the age of 15 made her the most sought-after bride of her generation.

ACHAMAN GUAÑOC: enero 2017

ACHAMAN GUAÑOC: enero 2017

Painted relief of a workshop of sculptors and glass blowers. Mastaba of Ty,Saqqara,Old Kingdom.

Painted relief of a workshop of sculptors and glass blowers. Mastaba of Ty,Saqqara,Old Kingdom.

Nonsuch Palace - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nonsuch Palace was a Tudor royal palace, built by Henry VIII in Surrey, England; it stood from 1538 to Its ruins are in Nonsuch Park.

New DNA analysis of sweet potatoes, which were first cultivated in the Americas, suggests that Polynesians reached the New World long before Columbus or the Norse.

Polynesian seafarers discovered America long before Europeans, says DNA study

"Polynesian seafarers discovered America long before Europeans, says DNA study: New DNA analysis of sweet potatoes, which were first cultivated in the Americas, suggests that Polynesians reached the New World long before Columbus[ & Vikings]"

Archaeologists Think These Volcanic Glass Tools Were Used for Tattooing

Archaeologists Think These Volcanic Glass Tools Were Used for Tattooing

Did ancient Pacific Islanders use volcanic glass tools for tattooing?

How did prehistoric humans occupy the Tibetan Plateau?

The Tibetan Plateau, as the Earth's third pole, has long been of interest to…

Pintura mural que representa a Eleanore de Aquitania en una procesión real, junto con uno de sus hijos, probablemente John, futuro rey de Inglaterra. La pintura se halla en la Capilla de la Iglesia fortificada de Sainte-Radegonde, en el departamento de Aveyron, Francia

Alienor with her son, John "Lackland" (Chapelle Sainte Radegonde de Poitiers) Alienor, queen of England, widow of Henry II, to Pope Celestin.

FoulsCode: Οι καλλιέργειες της νεολιθικής εποχής έριξαν το σπ...

Οι καλλιέργειες της νεολιθικής εποχής έριξαν το σπόρο της σύγχρονης ανισότητας

Depicting of a pastoral scene in a cave painting in the Ennedi desert

'We be delivered a prince': Letter informing Henry VIII of his longed-for son's birth is found after 469 years in stately home

'We be delivered a prince': Letter informing Henry VIII of his longed-for son's birth is found after 469 years in stately home

The message to the king (pictured) announcing that the future King Edward VI had been born was found in the picture store room at Dunham Massey estate in Altrincham, Greater Manchester.

The last Ice Age made much of the globe uninhabitable, but there were oases - or refugia - where people 20,000 years ago were able to cluster and survive. Researchers at the University of Huddersfield, who specialise in the analysis of human DNA, have found new evidence that there was one or more of these shelters in what is now Southern Arabia.

Researchers prove humans in Southern Arabia years earlier than first thought - HeritageDaily - Heritage & Archaeology News

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