Chronicles of the Age of Chivalry
Quadrillion Publishing, 1997 - History - 320 pages
From the accession of Henry III in 1261 to the death of Edward III over one hundred and sixty years later, the Plantagenet dynasty's reign saw England experience a catalogue of social and political disasters. The book tells the story in the words of the original chroniclers, with over 235 illustrations in color and black and white, 113 mini essays and detailed maps.
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