Poitou

Poitou, formerly a province in France, lying S. of the Loire, between the Vienne River and the sea; passed to England when its countess, Eleanor, married Henry I., 1152; was taken by Philip Augustus 1205, ceded to England again 1360, and retaken by Charles V. 1369.

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

Poitiers * Pola
Poerio, Carlo
Poet Laureate
Poetical Justice
Poetry
Poet's Corner
Poggendorf, Johann Christian
Poggio, Bracciolini
Point de Galle
Poisson, Simeon-Denis
Poitiers
Poitou
Pola
Poland
Polders
Pole
Pole, Reginald
Pole-star
Polignac, Duc de
Polignac, Prince de
Politian, Angelo
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