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Female Eleanor d'Aquitaine et Poitou Click to view Eleanor d'Aquitaine et Poitou in the family tree

Eleanor d'Aquitaine et was born in 1122 in Chateau de Belin, Gironde, Aquitaine, France.  Eleanor d'Aquitaine et's father was William of Poitou and her mother was Eleanor Rochefoucauld.  Her paternal grandparents were William VII of Poitou and Philippa of Toulouse; her maternal grandparents were Aimery I Chatellerault and Dangereuse De L'Isle. She had a brother and a sister, named William and Petronilla of.  She died at the age of 82 on April 1st, 1204 in Mirabell Castle, Forntevrault, Anjou, France.  She was buried on April 1st, 1204 in Monastery of Fontevrault, Maine-et-Loire, France.

Eleanor d'Aquitaine et's first family with Henry II "FitzEmpress" Plantagenet

‌Eleanor d'Aquitaine et and Henry II "FitzEmpress" were married in a religious ceremony on May 11th, 1152 in Bordeaux Cathedral, Gascony, France.  They had five sons and three daughters, named William, Henry, Richard I, Geoffrey, John "Soft, Eleanor, Joan and Matilda.

Eleanor d'Aquitaine et's second family with Louis VII "The Younger" Capet

‌Eleanor d'Aquitaine et and Louis VII "The Younger" were married in a religious ceremony in Bordeaux Cathedral, Marne, France.  Their marriage was annulled about 1152 in Verberie sur Oise, France.  They had a son and three daughters, named Philippe II Auguste of, Alix, Marguerite of and Marie.

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