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Helen of Troy (Greek): Also known as Helen of Sparta. The daughter of Zeus and Leda, sister to Castor, Pollux and Clytemnestra. Wife to the king of Sparta Menelaus. In Greek myths she was considered to be the most beautiful woman in the world. Her abduction by Paris brought about the Trojan War.

Canada in the Making - i have been making a supplemental binder for Socials 10, and have been intrigued with the writing about the Canadian Aboriginal groups at

Later Zhou Dynasty concubine - daughter laugh disastrous King You buy beauty queen of the quiet Wang Ji Gong Nirvana, the concubine was originally an abandoned baby, a husband and wife in a small business adoption, praised the country (now Shaanxi Province, the Hanzhong Northwest) long beg to surrender after the praise of people dedicated to the King You of Zhou, King You love such as the apple of his eye, Li Wei Fei, pet crown palace.

Carnarvon made it to Egypt with his daughter, Lady Evelyn Herbert, about two weeks later and work began in earnest on the tomb on November 24th. After the stairway was completely cleared and the full expanse of the plastered doorway could be seen, it was clear that Carter had indeed discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun. this photo: Lord Carnarvon, his daughter Lady Evelyn, being met by Howard Carter and the governor of Qena province shortly after the discovery of KIng Tut.

Kunigunda Rostislavna (1245 – 9 September 1285) was Queen consort of Bohemia and its Regent from 1278 until her death. She was a member of the House of Chernigov, and a daughter of Rostislav Mikhailovich. Kunigunda was married – as a token of alliance from her maternal grandfather Bela – to King Ottokar II of Bohemia. Kunigunda, was in control of only the province surrounding Prague. Kunigunda married secondly a Bohemian magnate Záviš, Lord of Falkenštejn, in Prague in 1285.

Margaret of Anjou was born on 23 Mar 1429 in the province of Lorraine. She was the daughter of René Duke of Anjou and neice of Charles VII. Margaret spent her early years in the Rhone Valley & in Naples where she was given a full education by her mother & the scholar Antoine de la Salle. In 1444 England made peace w/ France & Margaret was betrothed to King Henry VI, they married in April of 1445. The marriage was unpopular, Margaret being French, & became more so with time as no heirs were…