Zoé Oldenbourg - Albigenses - 1961 - 378 pages
A historical novel about the French Albigensian community who saw existence as a continuing conflict between God and the Devil.
Jonathan Sumption - History - 2011
In twelfth century Languedoc a subversive heresy of Eastern origin flourished to an extraordinary degree. The Albingenses believed that the world was created by an evil spirit ...
Zoé Oldenbourg - Catherine the Great - 1965 - 378 pages
This picture of the Russian ruler as a woman shows that Catherine was engulfed in such intrigue and conflict that she had to rule or to perish. The eventual murder of her ...
William (of Puylaurens.) - History - 2003 - 162 pages
First translation into English of key chronicle for events of the Albigensian Crusade and the attack on heresy, including the siege of the Cathar stronghold, Montsegur.
M. D. Costen - History - 1997 - 229 pages
Clear introduction to a fascinating subject. Brings together new material on the social background of the 'heresy'. Lovely illustrations and maps.
Aubrey Burl - History - 2013 - 304 pages
The Albigensian Crusade was one of the bloodiest episodes in Christian history. Aubrey Burl here discusses the Crusade and its legacy.