The Plantagenets

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  • Author : J. S. Hamilton
  • Publisher : A&C Black
  • Pages : 257 pages
  • ISBN : 1441157123
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The Plantagenets

The Plantagenets
  • Author : Derek Wilson
  • Publisher : Hachette UK
  • Release : 02 January 2014
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England, 1154. As Henry II seizes the throne after years of turmoil, a new dynasty is poised to haul this hitherto turbulent nation out from the Dark Ages and transform it into the nation state we recognize today. Featuring some of England's greatest but also most notorious kings, the house of Plantagenet would reign for over 300 blood-soaked, yet foundational, years. The dynasty provides some of the most evocative names in our history: from the brave yet rash Richard the Lionheart, his

101 Amazing Facts about The Plantagenets

101 Amazing Facts about The Plantagenets
  • Author : Jack Goldstein
  • Publisher : Andrews UK Limited
  • Release : 04 January 2015
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Why was Edward I also known as Edward Longshanks? What do historians think happened to the Princes in the Tower? Who became known as ‘The Kingmaker’ and why? And who shocked Europe with the murder of Thomas Becket, the Archbishop of Canterbury? All of these questions and more are answered in this excellent book containing over one hundred facts about the Plantagenets. Separated into sections covering either an individual monarch or era (such as the Angevins or the House of

Armies of Plantagenet England 1135 1337

Armies of Plantagenet England  1135   1337
  • Author : Gabriele Esposito
  • Publisher : Pen and Sword Military
  • Release : 30 September 2022
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The ascent of the Plantagenets to the English throne in 1154 led to the beginning of a new historical phase in the British Isles, which was marked by numerous wars that were fought between the Kingdom of England and the 'Celtic nations' of Wales, Scotland and Ireland. During the rule of the Norman kings, the English armies had not completed the conquest of Wales and had established only some footholds in Ireland; Scotland was still independent and was ready to contest

The Dragon Legacy

The Dragon Legacy
  • Author : Nicholas de Vere
  • Publisher : Book Tree
  • Release : 04 December 2022
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A collection of essays on the Deresthai culture with accompanying extracts from the Dragon Court archives comprising the official history of the Dragon peoples.

Henry II

Henry II
  • Author : Christopher Harper-Bill,Nicholas Vincent
  • Publisher : Boydell Press
  • Release : 04 December 2022

Henry II is the most imposing figure among the medieval kings of England. His fiefs & domains extended from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, & his court was frequented by the greatest thinkers of his time. Best known for his dramatic conflicts, it was also a crucial period in the evolution of legal & governmental institutions.

Usurpers A New Look at Medieval Kings

Usurpers  A New Look at Medieval Kings
  • Author : Michele Morrical
  • Publisher : Pen and Sword History
  • Release : 30 November 2021
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In the Middle Ages, England had to contend with a string of usurpers who disrupted the British monarchy and ultimately changed the course of European history by deposing England’s reigning kings and seizing power for themselves. Some of the most infamous usurper kings to come out of medieval England include William the Conqueror, Stephen of Blois, Henry Bolingbroke, Edward IV, Richard III, and Henry Tudor. Did these kings really deserve the title of usurper or were they unfairly vilified

The Plantagenet Prelude

The Plantagenet Prelude
  • Author : Jean Plaidy
  • Publisher : Random House
  • Release : 15 February 2011
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The first book in Jean Plaidy's epic Plantagenet series. When William X dies, the duchy of Aquitaine is left to his fifteen-year-old daughter, Eleanor. But such a position for an unmarried woman puts the whole kingdom at risk. So on his deathbed William made a will that would ensure his daughter's protection: he promised her hand in marriage to the future King of France. Eleanor grows into a romantic and beautiful queen, but she has inherited the will of a