Aliénor de Poitiers  

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Aliénor de Poitiers or Eleanor de Poitiers (1444/1446-1509) was a Burgundian courtier and writer, noted for writing Les Honneurs de la Cour, an account of precedence and ceremony at Burgundian Court, and based on her own experiences of court-life.




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