John of Gaunt: the exercise of princely power in fourteenth-century Europe

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Longman, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 421 pages
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John of Gaunt: the exercise of princely power in fourteenth-century Europe

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Goodman thoroughly examines the various aspects of the career of John of Gaunt (Duke of Lancaster, son and father of kings, claimant to the Spanish throne). Not really a straightforward biography like ... Read full review

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John, Duke of Lancaster, was the son of Henry III, father of Edward IV, uncle of Richard II, and himself the pretender to the throne of Castile. He was also the richest and most powerful subject in ... Read full review

Contents

Gaunt in History
15
The Education of a Prince 134061
28
Rise to Power 136177
42
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