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Matilda [Matilda of Boulogne]locked

(c. 1103–1152)
  • Marjorie Chibnall


Matilda [Matilda of Boulogne] (c. 1103–1152), queen of England, consort of King Stephen, was the only legitimate child and heir of Eustace (III), count of Boulogne and one of the wealthiest landholders in England. Her mother, Mary, was the younger daughter of Queen Margaret...

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