Popular Perceptions and Political Economy in the Contrived World of Harry Potter
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2020 Forecasts of Barents Sea Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry
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The Complementation of Advantages and Mutual Services in the Home Without Marriage and Family
Studies on the Predisposing Factors of Protein Energy Malnutrition Among Pregnant Women in a Nigerian Community
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Daughter, wife, and mother of kings, Berenguela of Castile (1180-1246) was a key figure in the formation of medieval Castile-León. Queen of León from 1197-1204, regent for Enrique I of Castile briefly in 1214, and then Queen of Castile in her own right after 1217, she secured the thrones of Castile and León for her son Fernando III and enabled his crusades in al-Andalus. This study examines Berenguela’s use of authority and power, her legitimacy as a female ruler, and her motherhood and patronage in her efforts to maintain the thrones of Castile and León for her family.
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