The Best Book of Knights and Castles

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Kingfisher, Oct 13, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages

The Best Book of Knights and Castles takes the reader on an amazing journey to explore medieval castles all over the world. From the earliest fortifications in Europe, like motte and bailey castles, to the stone castles of the Normans, Crusader castles, and German castles on the Rhine, this book looks at what it was like to be a knight in medieval times. Learn about chivalry, heraldry, and jousting, and some of the most famous castle battles in history.

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About the author (2005)

Deborah Murrell has written extensively for both children and adults for more than fifteen years. She has also produced a CD-ROM entitled The History of the Ancient World. Her area of expertise is the history of the theater in ancient Rome and Greece.

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