Early British Kingdoms presents a map of Britain as it may have appeared around AD 625 / 10,625 HE
The Kite Shield of Charlemagne - Charlemagne greatly expanded the Frankish empire during his reign.
Lo que no sabías de Leonardo Da Vinci
[France] Kings of Navarre family tree
Celtic Tribes the Brigantes | The map for the Celtic Britain Variant
Philippa of Lancaster (March 31, 1359-July 19, 1415) was a Queen consort of Portugal. Born into the royal family of England, her 1387 marriage with King John I of Portugal secured the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance (1373–1386) and produced several famous children who became known as the "Illustrious Generation" in Portugal. She was the eldest daughter of John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster, and Blanche of Lancaster, and a sister of King Henry IV of England.
Rollo, also known as Hrolf the Ganger or Rollon, 1st Duke of Normandy from 911 to 927. He was also called Rolf the Walker, because, being so tall, he preferred to go afoot rather than ride the little Norwegian horses. Originally a Norse Viking, he was noted for strength and martial prowess. He was born in 846 and died in 932, and was buried in the Cathedral at Rouen. (I doubt that he looked like this in real life )
Kings of Dalriada: Despite the onslaughts of the Picts, Dál Riata continued to expand. in the mid ninth century its king Kenneth MacAlpin brought the Picts permanently under Dalriadic rule, after which the whole country became known as Scotland. Little is known about his father Alpin, though legend states he won a victory over the Picts who three months later killed him, displaying his severed head at their camp. Kenneth succeeded him in Dalriada and also ruled in Pictavia or Pictland.
We are descended through Joan Beaufort, the daughter of Katherine Swynford and John of Gaunt