House of Aquitaine
Queen Alienor I the Glorious
founder of the kingdom
ruled from 1095 to 1102
House of Fernandez-Versini
King Euan I the Cruel
son of queen Alienor I,
ruler from 1102 to 1127
King Edgar the Kind
half-brother of Euan I,
ruler from 1127 to 1130
nephew of Edgar,
ruler from 1130 to 1132
King Euan I the Cruel
father of Ferdinand
ruler from 1132 to 1153 (restored)
_more to be added_This thread is here so that people from other nations can fill in an application to become a part of Aleonoria's dynastic history, considering that the nation during the time when it's people were a part of the "Kingdom of Aquitaine" was ruled by almost exclusively foreigners due to a lack of strong Occitan (Aleonorian) nobility. People that now call themselves Aleonorians once were referred to as Occitans and lived in independent duchies prior to a Crusade plotted by an ambitious woman who later became queen and introduced absolute cognatic inheritance to the land, with that succession law leading to a disaster because it meant that women could inherit on the same ground men do and often married foreigners upon inheriting the crown, leading to inheritance issues for ruling houses considering that children carry their father's last name. So, what I'm asking from you is to fill an application which explains how did a noble or royal house from your nation end up ruling Aquitaine (Aleonoria), for how long did it last (it can't last for too long) and how did they influence the culture of the land's people. Final results of this will be posted in my factbook, and nations that fail to give much to offer won't be added. Do keep in mind that I will alert some of the content to make it more appropriate, so what's important is to just get the general idea across so that I can work with it.
the name used during that time period,
ex. kingdom of x instead of republic of x
ex. house of fallover
[b]Coat of arms:[/b]
make sure it's background is transparent and it will work in 250x250 dimensions
in order to do that, make sure the width is not significantly greater than the length
[b]Preferred ruling period:[/b]
ex. 13th century, reinassance etc. can't go further than 18th century
[b]How did it inherit:[/b]
ex. marriage, family, war etc.
[b]How did it lose the crown:[/b]
ex. abdication, revolt, female heiress etc.
[b]Rulers of the dynasty:[/b]
include personality, length of rule, acomplishments etc.
ex. art, linguistics, architecture etc.