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  1. Margaret of Anjou is the subject of Betty King's 1974 biographical novel Margaret of Anjou – a sympathetic portrayal. Margaret of Anjou is an important character in Sir Walter Scott's 1829 novel Anne of Geierstein, where she appears disguised as a beggar following her exile.

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    Margaret of Anjou (1430–1482), wife of King Henry VI of England Margaret Pole , born Princess Margaret of York & Clarence (1473–1541), Countess of Salisbury Margaret Tudor (1489–1541), elder sister of Henry VIII of England and great-grandmother of James I of England

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  4. Marguerite d'Anjou (née le 23 ou 24 mars 1430 [1], probablement à Pont-à-Mousson ou Nancy [1], morte le 25 août 1482 à Souzay-Champigny [1]), princesse de Lorraine et de Bar, est l'épouse du roi Henri VI d'Angleterre. Elle est donc reine consort d'Angleterre de 1445 à 1461 puis de 1470 à 1471.

  5. Jan 08, 1993 · Daisy historically (until this century) has been a common diminutive of Margaret, and in the fifteenth century Marguerite d’Anjou, wife of England’s Henry VI, used the daisy as her personal symbol. An anonymous poem: In search from A to Z they passed, And “Marguerita” chose at last; But thought it sound far more sweet

  6. Vincent – happy to take a back seat these days . After visiting Catherine, Vincent and Emmanuel Ogereau at their domaine and tasting a few fermenting 2021 wines including the 1er Tri of their Quarts de Chaume, we headed as it was lunchtime to the Quarts de Chaume for a picn

  7. Das Haus Anjou-Plantagenêt (französisch [ɑ̃ˈʒu-ˌplɑ̃taʒ'nɛ], englisch [ɑːn'ʤuː-plæn'tæʤənɪt]) war eine französischstämmige Herrscherdynastie, die von 1154 bis 1399 in direkter Linie und bis 1485 in den Nebenlinien Lancaster und York die Könige von England stellte.

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