Maybe because some complete stranger built like Conan is interrogating me about his décor.
Conan Doyle, The Great Boer War (1902); German army staff, The War in South Africa, trans.
Of England, and Constance, heiress of Conan IV., duke of Brittany.
Nerra (21st of July 987-21st of June 1040) found himself confronted on his accession with a coalition of Odo I., count of Blois, and Conan I., count of Rennes.
Geoffrey, son of Conan, took the title of duke of Brittany in 992.
Conan II., Geoffrey's grandson, threatened by the revolts of the nobles, was attacked also by the duke of Normandy (afterwards William I.
Conan IV., defeated by the revolted Breton nobles, appealed to Henry II.
Of England, who, in reward for his help, forced Conan to give his daughter in marriage to his son Geoffrey.
Conan, the last prince of the old Breton house, recognized him as his lord, and gave the hand of his heiress Constance to Geoffrey, the kings third son.