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Aquitaine Collection

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Eleanor Aquitaine / Hargra

Eleanor Aquitaine / Hargra
QUEEN OF HENRY II (1122?- 1204): an embroidered gown with close fitting sleeves & a girdle & a crown over a veil. A fur-lined mantle falls from her shoulders

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Venus of Laussel. 25 mil. -18 mil. BC. Venus

Venus of Laussel. 25 mil. -18 mil. BC. Venus holding a horn. Upper Paleolithic. Solutrean. Relief on rock. FRANCE. Bordeaux. Mus饠 d Aquitaine (Aquitaine Museum). Proc: FRANCE. LOT-ET-GARONNE

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Eleanor on Crusades

Eleanor on Crusades
Eleanor of Aquitaine (or of Guyenne) rides east with her husband, Louis VII; but her carryings-on with Raymond of Antioch will lead to divorce, and marriage to Henry II

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine and Rosamund Clifford

Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine and Rosamund Clifford
Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine, wife of King Henry II, and Rosamund Clifford, the kings mistress, in Woodstock Park, Oxfordshire

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Consegration of a bishop. Valencian School. 15 century

Consegration of a bishop. Valencian School. 15 century. Gothic art. Painting. FRANCE. AQUITAINE. PYRɎ Ʌ S-ATLANTIQUES. Bayonne. Mus饠 Bonnat (Bonnat Museum)

Background imageAquitaine Collection: John 1st Duke Somerset

John 1st Duke Somerset
John Beaufort (1403 - 1444), captain general in Aquitaine and Normandy, first duke of SOMERSET, created by Henry IV in 1442; he was Henry VIIs grandfather

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Prosper of Aquitaine

Prosper of Aquitaine
PROSPER OF AQUITAINE French author of religious writings. Date: 290? -463?

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Holy Roman Emperor Charles the Bald

Holy Roman Emperor Charles the Bald
Holy Roman Emperor Emperor Charles the Bald, Carolus Calvus 823-877. King of West Frankia, King of Italy. Copperplate engraving from Abraham Bogaerts De Roomsche Monarchy, The Roman Monarchy

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Duke of Aquitaine, Duc d Aquitaine, with standard

Duke of Aquitaine, Duc d Aquitaine, with standard. Chromolithograph from Loredan Larcheys Ancien Armorial Equestre de la Toison d Or et de l Europe au 15e siecle

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Ermengarde, daughter of Fulk IV, Count of Anjou, died 1147

Ermengarde, daughter of Fulk IV, Count of Anjou, died 1147
Ermengarde, daughter of Fulk IV the Quarreler, Count of Anjou, died 1147. In tall headdress with veil, red velvet dress trimmed with fur, long crakows or poulaines, holding a book

Background imageAquitaine Collection: A woman accused of venality by her disappointed lover

A woman accused of venality by her disappointed lover is judged by Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico after Francesco Hayez from Giulio Ferrarios Ancient

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Vintage in Medoc: Vineyards of Chateau Lafitte 1871

Vintage in Medoc: Vineyards of Chateau Lafitte 1871
Vineyards of Chateau Lafitte, France. Date: 1871

Background imageAquitaine Collection: CARLOMAN, KING OF FRANCE

CARLOMAN, KING OF FRANCE son of Louis III King of Aquitaine and Bourgogne, titled King of France from 879 Date: ? - 884

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Battle of Tours or Battle of Poitiers. Octuber 732. Miniatur

Battle of Tours or Battle of Poitiers. Octuber 732. Miniature of Great Chronicle of France. Chateau of Chantilly. France

Background imageAquitaine Collection: FRANCE. Montignac. The Cave of Lascaux. Hall of

FRANCE. Montignac. The Cave of Lascaux. Hall of the Bulls. Group of deers. Upper Paleolithic. Magdalenian. Cave

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204), Queen of Henry II

Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204), Queen of Henry II.. Handcolored engraving from Civil Costume of England from the Conquest to the Present Period drawn by Charles Martin and etched by Leopold Martin

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Red Book of Montserrat. 14th c. - 16th c. Medieval

Red Book of Montserrat. 14th c. - 16th c. Medieval music from Aquitaine to be danced in a church. Score, 15th century. Gothic art. Miniature Painting. SPAIN. CATALONIA. BARCELONA

Background imageAquitaine Collection: MAUZAISSE, Jean Baptiste (1784-1844). King Louis

MAUZAISSE, Jean Baptiste (1784-1844). King Louis VII takes the Oriflamme at Saint-Denis, 1147. 1840. Second Crusade. The king taking the banner before the queen Eleanor of Aquitaine given by Pope

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Louis the Pious (778-840). Engraving. Colored

Louis the Pious (778-840). Engraving. Colored
Louis the Pious (778-840). King of Aquitaine and of the Franks. Engraving by Ecosse. Universal Library, Popular Edition, 1851. Colored

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Dax, France - Hauling a Barge

Dax, France - Hauling a Barge
Dax, France, a commune in Aquitaine in south-western France, sub-prefecture of the Landes department. - Three men haul a Barge along the L Adour River, past a gaggle of geese. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Prosper Aquitaine / Thelen

Prosper Aquitaine / Thelen
PROSPER OF AQUITAINE also known as PROSPER TIRO French Christian writer and saint Date: ?390 - ?463

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Eleanor Aquitaine / Ils

Eleanor Aquitaine / Ils
QUEEN OF HENRY II also known as Eleonore de Guyenne Date: 1122? - 1204

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Charles II Le Chauve (The Bald)

Charles II Le Chauve (The Bald), Holy Roman Emperor (875-877) and King of France (West Francia 840-877, Aquitaine 838-855). Date: 823 - 877

Background imageAquitaine Collection: DEGAS, Edgar (1834-1917). The New Orleans Cotton

DEGAS, Edgar (1834-1917). The New Orleans Cotton Exchange. 1873. Detail. Impressionism. Oil on canvas. FRANCE. AQUITAINE. PYRɎ Ʌ S-ATLANTIQUES. Pau. Pau Fine Arts Museum

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Brassempouy Engraved Antler

Brassempouy Engraved Antler
Engraved fragment of antler (the original) from Brassempouy in the south west of Les Landes. Collection of Le Musee d archeologie nationale at Saint-Germain-en-Laye

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Behobie, France, The International Bridge and Spanish border

Behobie, France, The International Bridge and Spanish border
Behobie, Pyrenees-Atlantiques, Aquitaine, France - The International Bridge over the River Bidassoa and view toward Pyrennes Mountains

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Ascain, France - The Road from Olette

Ascain, France - The Road from Olette
Ascain in the Basque province of Labourd, now a commune in the Pyre© es-Atlantiques department in southwestern France. Rue Oletako Bidea. Date: circa 1905

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Resinier collecting resin of a pine tree, France

Resinier collecting resin of a pine tree, France
Resinier collecting the resin of a leaning pine tree in the Landes Forest, France. The forest is in the historic Gascony natural region of southwestern France now known as Aquitaine

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Tapping a tree for resin at Arcachon, France

Tapping a tree for resin at Arcachon, France
Woman tapping a tree for resin at Arcachon, France located in the Gironde department, in the Aquitaine region. Date: 1910s

Background imageAquitaine Collection: FRANCE. Montignac. The Cave of Lascaux. Horses

FRANCE. Montignac. The Cave of Lascaux. Horses. Upper Paleolithic. Magdalenian. Cave

Background imageAquitaine Collection: FRANCE. Pau. Castle. Statue of Henry IV. Sculpture

FRANCE. Pau. Castle. Statue of Henry IV. Sculpture

Background imageAquitaine Collection: GASTON III de Foix-B顲n (1331 - 1391). Count

GASTON III de Foix-B顲n (1331 - 1391). Count
GASTON III de Foix-B顲 n (1331 - 1391). Count of Foix and viscount of B顲 n. Castle. Statue of Gaston Febus at the entrance of the castle. FRANCE. AQUITAINE

Background imageAquitaine Collection: FRANCE. Pau. Church of Saint-Martin (19th c. )

FRANCE. Pau. Church of Saint-Martin (19th c. )
FRANCE. Pau. Church of Saint-Martin (19th c.). Rose window with Saint Martins Life. Neo-Gothic. Glass window; Architecture

Background imageAquitaine Collection: FRANCE. Bayonne. Cathedral of Sainte-Marie (13th

FRANCE. Bayonne. Cathedral of Sainte-Marie (13th c.). Gothic art. Architecture

Background imageAquitaine Collection: FRANCE. Pau. Castle. Portrait of Catherine of

FRANCE. Pau. Castle. Portrait of Catherine of Bourbon. Painting

Background imageAquitaine Collection: FRANCE. Pau. Castle. Triton or Neptune represented

FRANCE. Pau. Castle. Triton or Neptune represented on a tapestry. Tapestry

Background imageAquitaine Collection: FRANCE. Pau. Castle. Detail of one of tapestries

FRANCE. Pau. Castle. Detail of one of tapestries

Background imageAquitaine Collection: FRANCE. Pau. Castle. Portrait of Catherine of

FRANCE. Pau. Castle. Portrait of Catherine of Bourbon. Painting

Background imageAquitaine Collection: FRANCE. Bayonne. Stained glass windows of the

FRANCE. Bayonne. Stained glass windows of the Cathedral of Saint Mary (13th c.). Gothic art. Architecture

Background imageAquitaine Collection: FRANCE. Pau. Castle. Bust of Herny IV. Sculpture

FRANCE. Pau. Castle. Bust of Herny IV. Sculpture

Background imageAquitaine Collection: British Ballad, Fair Rosamond

British Ballad, Fair Rosamond
FAIR ROSAMOND (The Fate Of - The Bower Of) Legend has it that King Henry II of England (reigned 1154 - 1189) adopted Roasmond (Rosamond Clifford) as his mistress, and that

Background imageAquitaine Collection: Eleanor / J W Wright

Eleanor / J W Wright
QUEEN OF HENRY II

Background imageAquitaine Collection: C12th Hair Style

C12th Hair Style
Portrait of Eleanor of Aquitaine, queen of Henry II wearing a plaited hair-style



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