[Serf] Royalty and Nobility [Serf]
Search NetSERF

NetSERF Features

Medieval Glossary
Advanced Search

Random Medieval Site

New to NetSERF
Top 10 NetSERF Sites
Top 10 NetSERF Sections
Link to NetSERF

Top Medieval Sites
Internet Medieval Sourcebook

Follow NetSERFMedieval on Twitter

Click here to find great
medieval books for sale.

In Association with Amazon.com

  Home: Women: Royalty and Nobility Bookmark and Share

* "Eleanor Of Aquitaine" by Katherine Bailey
"This restless queen swept across the 12th century, changing the face of Europe." Article in the May 2005 issue of British Heritage.

URL: http://www.historynet.com/magazines/british_heritage/3034121.html         Link Verified by NetSERF: 04 November 2006
Total Clicks: 9,340         Last Click: 06 April 2020
[Notify us if link is broken]

* Princess Gwenllian Society, The
"The Society was founded to commemorate Gwenllian, the daughter of Llywelyn the last ruling Prince of Wales ("Llywelyn The Last"). After Llywelyn's death, the whole of Wales came under the control of King Edward I of England. Edward ordered Gwenllian, a 1-year old baby, to be placed in an English convent for fear she might have children who would try to restore Welsh independence. There she remained until her death 53 years later." The site contains a brief history of the princess as well as information about her memorial in Wales.
English / Welsh /

URL: http://www.ad-je-leaver.freeserve.co.uk/cydgg.htm         Link Verified by NetSERF: 24 September 2013
Total Clicks: 13,910         Last Click: 05 April 2020
[Notify us if link is broken]

* Renowned Queen Mother Mathilda: Ideals and Realities of Ottonian Queenship in the Vitae Mathildis reginae (Mathilda of Saxony, 895?-968) by Anne C. Stinehart (UVa)
Note: Essays in History Vol 40 (1998)          

URL: http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/journals/EH/EH40/steinh40.html        
Total Clicks: 5,257         Last Click: 03 April 2020
[Notify us if link is broken]


To help defray the costs of maintaining NetSERF, we have added these Google ads.