Visual Timeline: Eleanor of Aquitaine
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1122 CE - 1204 CE: Life of Eleanor of Aquitaine.
1137 CE - 1204 CE: Eleanor is Duchess of Aquitaine.
1137 CE - 1152 CE: Eleanor is Queen of France.
1152 CE: Eleanor of Aquitaine's marriage to Louis VII of France annulled.
1152 CE: Henry of Anjou (future Henry II of England) marries Eleanor of Aquitaine.
1154 CE - 1189 CE: Eleanor of Aquitaine is Queen of England.
1155 CE: Birth of Henry the Young King, son of Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine.
1157 CE: Birth of Richard I of England, son of Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine
1158 CE: Birth of Geoffrey, Count of Brittany, son of Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine.
1167 CE: Birth of King John of England, son of Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine.
1168 CE: Fighting in western France, William Marshal is captured and ransomed by Guy de Lusignan. He is freed by Eleanor of Aquitaine.
1170 CE - 1174 CE: Eleanor separates from Henry II of England; holds court at Poitiers, inspires development of courtly love poetry.
1174 CE - 1189 CE: Eleanor is imprisoned by Henry II following the revolt of her sons which she may have encouraged.
1190 CE - 1194 CE: Eleanor is Regent of England while Richard I is absent.