Research Question re Coronations
Reading a novel, I found information that women
were not allowed to attend coronations in England.
Eleanor of Aquitaine had to be hidden to view her
son Richard crowned!
Is this true?
What countries is it true/untrue for?
It startled me so, and now I'm curious.
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"Saying "NO!" can be the toughest thing we do in the
course of a typical day's gaudy ads and loud sales
pitches....Your sense of trust, love and decency is
used to subvert your sense of logic and common sense....
Why is it so hard to say "NO!"... and mean it? It
seems to be a natural contradiction, because saying no
comes quite naturally to humans. Look how easily "NO!"
rolls off the lips of a small child once she discovers
its secret force. "NO!" is power... "No, Mommy I won't
change clothes"... "No, Daddy I won't eat that broccoli!"
Then why, oh, why is it difficult for some adults to invoke
the ultimate power word?"
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