The most modern woman of Medieval Europe was a queen by birth, a warrior and murderer by legend
Stephanie Buck

Eleanor of Aquitaine became my great-grandmother (x 25 generations back) when she married Henry II of England. I have spent so much time following threads of the bloodline to prove descendancy, that I have not had time to learn much about each ancestor. Thanks for posting this — very interesting! I have quite a few infamous relatives, but she may be the epitome.

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