Courtly Love-Eleanor of Aquitaine is credited with the introduction of 'courtly love' to France and later England. Courtly Love was meant to be platonic, romantic 'courtship', by a man, of a Lady, (not his wife) whose social position was above his own. An unattainable Lover. This romantic play was an accepted part of Court life. Evidence of this sort of play was, sadly, used against Anne Boleyn.

Very well known that Eleanor of Aquitaine is credited with the introduction of 'courtly love' to France and later England. The European medieval times.

Scenes of courtly love on a lady's ivory mirror-case. Paris, 1300-1330.

Scenes of courtly love on a lady's ivory mirror-case, Paris, Wikipedia

Medieval Courtly Love. Rules for love between unruly knights and women of the court. It was made popular by Eleanor of Aquitaine in the 12th C., who enlisted Andreas Capellanus to write the "Rules of Courtly Love" down. The contradictory rule were supposed to be studied and meditated on as part of keeping the knights well behaved.

Woman Under The Safeguard Of Knighthood. Allegorical Scene With Costume From End Of Century From Miniature In Latin Psalm Book Poster Print x

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Vintage British lithographed biscuit tin with courtly love scene scene. Antique Huntley and Palmers biscuit tin.

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Courtly love began during medieval times in Europe.

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Court of Love in Provence in the Century (after a manuscript in the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris).

Antique French Aubusson Tapestry Purse Victorian by Curiopolis

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Siege of the Castle of Love

C Paris. "The Assault on the Castle of Love"; attacked by knights and defended by ladies, was a popular subject for Gothic ivory mirror-cases.

A Leather Casket with Scenes of Courtly Love, c. 1350-1400 France, Gothic period, 2nd half of the 14th century Leather: embossed, incised; iron mounts; wood core,

Leather Casket with scenes of courtly love. France-Circa 1350 to 1400 AD. Embossed, and incised Leather with Iron Mounts and a Wood core. Cleveland Museum of Art.

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