the lion in winter the public good in private lives

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  • The Lion in Winter The Public Good in Private Lives
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  • Question What does the Lion in Winter suggest about the following in the medieval aristocratic culture of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries?
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  • MarriageAnnulment GovernmentSex AlliancesDiplomacy ReligionWar FamiliesWomen PowerAge LandFeudalism
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  • How do some of these themes intersect in the Lion in Winter? Do these ideas correspond to the reality of the Middle Ages as you know it?
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  • The hair, once reddish, now turning to grey, of middle height, round- headed, his eyes brilliant as lightning when rouses, his face lion-like, surmounted by a fine mane, his deep chest, strong arms and bow legs. Peter of Blois (1135-1211)
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  • Genealogy of Henry II
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  • Thomas Becket (can 1120-1170)
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  • Legal Reforms
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  • Henrys Empire
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  • Henry and Eleanor
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  • Eleanor of Aquitaine (ca 1122-1204)
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  • First Marriage
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  • Medieval Consanguinity Table to Seven Degrees
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  • Henry and Eleanors Children
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  • Richard I (1189- 1199) Worst King Ever?
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  • John of England (199-1216)
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  • John Lackland
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  • Geoffrey, Duke of Brittany
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  • Philip II of France (r 1180-1223)
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  • France at the end of Philips Rule

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