The Norman Knight was the most feared warrior during the 11th and 12th centuries in Western Europe. Tales of their conquests spread throughout the known world as their military prowess resulted in the capture Sicily in 1060 and England in 1066. This beautifully illustrated book explores the world of the Normans and the life of a typical Norman knight. Authors Chris Gravett and David Nicolle discuss the spectacular castles that they erected to protect their lands, as well as the equipment , training, tactics and daily life of a typical Norman Knight.
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Review: The Normans: Warrior Knights and their Castles (General Military)User Review - Simon Jones - Goodreads
An interesting book of two halves comprising a well written and entertaining first part on Norman history followed by a second part which deals with the construction, defence and day to day life of ... Read full review
Review: The Normans: Warrior Knights and their Castles (General Military)User Review - Mick Maye - Goodreads
Really enjoyed this book. Kept me interested from the beginning to the end. Highly recommended Read full review