Fulk III, Count of Anjou - Stock Image

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Vintage engraving showing Fulk III (972 to 1040), Count of Anjou (Fulk the Black) being assailed by the ghosts of his victims. He had a violent temperament, was partial to acts of extreme cruelty. In his most notorious act, he had his first wife Elisabeth of Vendôme burned at the stake in her wedding dress, after he discovered her in adultery with a goatherd in December 999. He has been described as being a plunderer, murderer, robber, and swearer of false oaths, a truly terrifying character of fiendish cruelty.

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