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What impact did the marriage of Eleanor of Aquitaine to Henry II have on England? It strengthened England because Eleanor joined her lands in France with those of England’s. It weakened England because Eleanor forced England to give up all its lands in France. It strengthened England because Eleanor introduced the feudal system to England. It weakened England because Eleanor insisted that the king of France rule over England as well.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    If I remember correctly from my knowledge of their pairing, they were both extremely strong minded, powerful people and greatly persuasive. Their marriage also strengthened England's economy and society as a whole. So the answer is A.

  2. Deadly_Roses
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    yes the answer is A,

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