Eleanor of Provence: Queenship in Thirteenth-Century England
It provides an unusually intimate and coherent picture of a woman who combined a remarkable aptitude for politics with a strong family commitment and warm friendships.
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Howell draws upon a variety of primary and secondary sources to paint a rich, cohesive portrait of the life and times of this vibrant queen. Read full review