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The code of chivalry

The code of chivalry

Eleanor of Aquitaine(1124–1204)-1 of the wealthiest & most powerful women in W. Europe during the Middle Ages. The only woman to have been queen of both France (1137) & England (1154), (exception of Margaret of Anjou whose status as Queen of France is disputed). Her father ensured that she had the best possible education. Contemporary sources praise Eleanor's beauty. Eleanor meshed & encouraged the ideas of troubadours, chivalry & courtly love into a single court.

Eleanor of Aquitaine(1124–1204)-1 of the wealthiest & most powerful women in W. Europe during the Middle Ages. The only woman to have been queen of both France (1137) & England (1154), (exception of Margaret of Anjou whose status as Queen of France is disputed). Her father ensured that she had the best possible education. Contemporary sources praise Eleanor's beauty. Eleanor meshed & encouraged the ideas of troubadours, chivalry & courtly love into a single court.

One of the greatest figures in the promotion of the chivalric ideal was Eleanor of Aquitaine. Eleanor’s interest in the poetry of courtly love and its ideals was shared by her daughters. To encourage the development of chivalry and courtly love, Eleanor became a patroness of the bourgeoning art of courtly love, and she offered financial support to troubadours who visited her court and celebrated these ideals.

One of the greatest figures in the promotion of the chivalric ideal was Eleanor of Aquitaine. Eleanor’s interest in the poetry of courtly love and its ideals was shared by her daughters. To encourage the development of chivalry and courtly love, Eleanor became a patroness of the bourgeoning art of courtly love, and she offered financial support to troubadours who visited her court and celebrated these ideals.

The Middle Ages for Kids - Medieval Music

The Middle Ages for Kids - Medieval Music

Social music: troubadour - origins french. Poetic ballads mainly with themes of chivalry and courtly love.

Social music: troubadour - origins french. Poetic ballads mainly with themes of chivalry and courtly love.

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It is Eleanor’s court in Poitiers that some believe to have been the ‘Court of Love’, where Eleanor and her daughter Marie meshed and encouraged the ideas of troubadours, chivalry, and courtly love into a single court. It may have been largely a court (meaning place rather than a judicial setting) to teach manners, as the French courts would be known for in later generations. The existence and reasons for this court are debated.

It is Eleanor’s court in Poitiers that some believe to have been the ‘Court of Love’, where Eleanor and her daughter Marie meshed and encouraged the ideas of troubadours, chivalry, and courtly love into a single court. It may have been largely a court (meaning place rather than a judicial setting) to teach manners, as the French courts would be known for in later generations. The existence and reasons for this court are debated.

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Eleanor of Aquitaine(1124–1204)-1 of the wealthiest & most powerful women in W. Europe during the Middle Ages. The only woman to have been queen of both France (1137) & England (1154), (exception of Margaret of Anjou whose status as Queen of France is disputed). Her father ensured that she had the best possible education. Contemporary sources praise Eleanor's beauty. Eleanor meshed & encouraged the ideas of troubadours, chivalry & courtly love into a single court

Eleanor of Aquitaine(1124–1204)-1 of the wealthiest & most powerful women in W. Europe during the Middle Ages. The only woman to have been queen of both France (1137) & England (1154), (exception of Margaret of Anjou whose status as Queen of France is disputed). Her father ensured that she had the best possible education. Contemporary sources praise Eleanor's beauty. Eleanor meshed & encouraged the ideas of troubadours, chivalry & courtly love into a single court

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