Margaret of Anjou (14291482)

Margaret of Anjou, queen of Henry VI. of England, and daughter of the good King René of Anjou; was distinguished for the courage she displayed during the Wars of the Roses, though, after a struggle of nearly twenty years, she was defeated at Tewkesbury and committed to the Tower, from which, after four years of incarceration, she was afterwards released by ransom (14291482).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Margaret of Angoulême * Margaret of Valois
Marcion
Marcus Aurelius
Maremma
Marengo
Mareotis, Lake
Margaret
Margaret
Margaret, St.
Margaret, St.
Margaret of Angoulême
Margaret of Anjou
Margaret of Valois
Margate
Marheinecke
Maria Louisa
Maria Theresa
Mariamne
Mariana, Juan
Marie Antoinette
Marie de France
Marie de' Medici