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Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204). One of the most powerful women in European history. Wife of two kings (Louis VII king of France Henry II Plantagenet king of England) and mother of other three (Henry the Young King, Richard I Lionheart John I Lackland). Joined her military on the Crusades. Spent 16 years imprisoned. Poisoned her husband's mistress. Died a nun at 82 years old.

Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204). One of the most powerful women in European history. Wife of two kings (Louis VII king of France Henry II Plantagenet king of England) and mother of other three (Henry the Young King, Richard I Lionheart John I Lackland). Joined her military on the Crusades. Spent 16 years imprisoned. Poisoned her husband's mistress. Died a nun at 82 years old.

ARCHITECT, French Interior view 1150-1200 Photo Cathedral of Saint-Pierre, Poitiers (Vienne)

ARCHITECT, French Interior view 1150-1200 Photo Cathedral of Saint-Pierre, Poitiers (Vienne)

ARCHITECT, French Exterior view 1150-1200 Photo Cathedral of Saint-Pierre, Poitiers (Vienne)

ARCHITECT, French Exterior view 1150-1200 Photo Cathedral of Saint-Pierre, Poitiers (Vienne)

ARCHITECT, French Interior view 1000-50 Photo Saint-Hilaire, Poitiers (Vienne)

ARCHITECT, French Interior view 1000-50 Photo Saint-Hilaire, Poitiers (Vienne)

ARCHITECT, French Exterior view 1125-50 Photo Notre-Dame-la-Grande, Poitiers (Vienne)

ARCHITECT, French Exterior view 1125-50 Photo Notre-Dame-la-Grande, Poitiers (Vienne)

ARCHITECT, French Exterior view 1000-50 Photo Saint-Hilaire, Poitiers (Vienne)

ARCHITECT, French Exterior view 1000-50 Photo Saint-Hilaire, Poitiers (Vienne)

Historic centre of Poitiers with Church of Saint-Radegund, Cathedral of Saint-Pierre and Palace of Justice in the background

Historic centre of Poitiers with Church of Saint-Radegund, Cathedral of Saint-Pierre and Palace of Justice in the background

Poitiers  16th century

Poitiers 16th century

The Baptistère Saint-Jean (Baptistery of St. John) is a Roman Catholic church in Poitiers, France. It is reputed to be the oldest existing Christian building in the West and one of the most prominent examples of Merovingian architecture.

The Baptistère Saint-Jean (Baptistery of St. John) is a Roman Catholic church in Poitiers, France. It is reputed to be the oldest existing Christian building in the West and one of the most prominent examples of Merovingian architecture.