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    Joan of Acre Plantagenet Princess Joan of Acre (1272 - 1307). Daughter of King Edward I and Queen Eleanor of Castile. She married Gilbert de Clare and had four children. After his death she remarried Ralph de Monthermer and had four more children. my 24th ggrandmother

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    Pre Raphaelite Art: Edmund Blair Leighton,Tristan and Isolde (detail) 1902

  • Zurieli Rivera

    Edmund Blair Leighton painting Tristan and Isolde (detail) 1902

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