|Mary of Frankric|
Mary of Frankric (French and Mean English: Marie de France) was a dighter who was likely born in Frankric. She woned and wrote at an unknown kingsyard, but she and her work were almost wisly known at the kingsyard of Henry II of England. All but none is known about her life; both her given name and her earthlorely spot come from her handwrits. However, one written bewriting of her work from her eld still stands. She is thought by learners to be the first woman French dighter. Mary of Frankric wrote in the folktung of near Paris, but with some English-Northmen shaping. She was skilled in Latish, as were most writers and bookmen of that eld, as well as Middle English and maybe Breton.