18 hours ago
Monday, May 14, 2012
Congratulations to Emmeline Cartwright who correctly answered that it's "Prince". It seems counter-intuitive if you are familiar with the English order of precedence, but the heir to a Duchy was often simply know as the Prince of that Duchy. Of course, there were so many different kinds of princes and peerages in France that it was even more confusing than that, but that was the subject of another post.
This week's question is:- Queen Marie, wife of Louis XV, was the daughter of what deposed king?