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  1. Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom (35966 bytes)
    7: ...nited Kingdom|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland]].
    9: ...ist of Lords of the Isle of Man|Lord of Mann]]<!--Note on spelling: the Isle of Man has one "n", but h...
    20: ...ge|Eton]], and also learned modern languages. She now speaks fluent [[French language|French]], as she...
    23: ...sed to consider this, saying, "The children could not possibly go without me, I wouldn't leave without...
    27: ...itary, though other royal women have been given honorary ranks.
  2. Mary of Teck (14662 bytes)
    3: ...Her Serene Highness'']]. To her family, she was known as '''''May'''''.
    5: ...on of jewels built up over her years as queen are now priceless.
    11: ..., was the product of [[morganatic marriage]], had no inheritance or wealth, and carried the lower roya...
    13: ...cess May was close to her mother and acted as an unofficial secretary, helping to organise parties and...
    24: <tr bgcolor=cccccc><th>Name<th>Birth<th>Death<th>Notes.
  3. Jane Austen (5805 bytes)
    3: ...of the writer whose apparently sheltered life did nothing to reduce the stature and drama of her ficti...
    5: ...dison's disease]], the cause of which was then unknown. She travelled to [[Winchester, Hampshire|Winch...
    7: ...[[Northanger Abbey]]'', pokes fun at the [[Gothic novel]]s of [[Ann Radcliffe]], Austen is most famous...
    9: Her novels were fairly well received when they were publ...
    12: ...tedly because she did not know how men spoke when not in the presence of women. Some contemporary rea...
  4. Bayeux Tapestry (13194 bytes)
    2: ...rmandy]]. It was made in [[England]] after the [[Norman Conquest]] of [[1066]], and commemorates the ...
    5: ... commissioned by Bishop Odo of Bayeux, William of Normandy&#8217;s half brother, who is featured often...
    7: ...rld War 2 wound up in the Louvre. (Setton, 209) Now it is stored in a museum in a dark room with spe...
    9: ...her ladies. Indeed, in France it is occasionally known as "La Tapisserie de la Reine Mathilde" (Tapest...
    11: ..., and it is unknown whether they were done in chronological order. (Crack 1)
  5. Massachusetts (31663 bytes)
    11: Governor = [[Mitt Romney]] |
    40: ... [[USS Massachusetts|USS ''Massachusetts'']] in honor of this state.
    44: ...rge hill place" in reference to a small mountain known today as "Blue Hill" (located in [[Milton, Mass...
    47: ...to Massachusetts for religious freedom, they were not tolerant of any other religion than theirs. Peo...
    50: ...minion]]. Dudley continued on as a member of Governor Andros' council.

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