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First Crusade

Paperback, 04/04/2005, £9.99
A hugely compelling and convincing re-creation of one of the bloodiest and most significant episodes of early medieval history: the First Crusade, and the taking of Jerusalem in 1095-99.

Crusades: Islamic Perspectives

Paperback, 29/07/1999, £50.00
This book discusses a group of themes designed to highlight how Muslims reacted to the alien presence of the Crusaders in the heart of traditional Muslim territory.

Last Days of Richard III and the Fate of His DNA

Paperback, 16/01/2013, £9.99
The Last Days of Richard III contains a new and uniquely detailed exploration of Richard's last 150 days.

Private Lives of the Saints: Power, Passion and Politics in Anglo-Saxon England

Hardback, 27/08/2015, £20.00
Re-evaluating the role of the saints, taking them from their heavenly status to the human level, and examining their desire for adulation, power, wealth and legacy, the author offers a unique and discerning study of life in Anglo-Saxon England.

Queens Consort: England's Medieval Queens

Paperback, 06/08/2009, £12.99
England from the perspective of its consort queens - a distaff history of the nation from 1066 to 1503.

Emperor Of The West

Paperback, 28/04/2011, £10.99
The life, times and historical legacy of the man who created modern Europe.

Great Commanders Of The Medieval Wo

Paperback, 29/09/2011, £9.99
A magisterial survey of the military giants of the medieval world.

Class Conflict and the Crisis of Feudalism

Paperback, 21/08/1990, £19.99

Medieval Market Morality: Life, Law and Ethics in the English Marketpl

Hardback, 24/11/2011, £65.00
An examination of the morality, ethics and laws that underpinned all dealings in the marketplaces of medieval England.

Seconde Parte of a Register 2 Volume Paperback

01/07/2010, £31.00
A catalogue, published in 1915, of 257 early Puritan documents originally intended for a book publication in 1593.

Medieval military orders 1120-1314

Paperback, 22/11/2012, £16.99
This new seminar study considers the origins, development and organisation of the military orders during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, showing how they functioned as a form of religious life and concentrating on their role in the crusades and in the government and defence of the Christian kingdoms in the Holy Land.

Vikings and the Danelaw: Papers from the Proceedings of the Thirteenth Viking Congress, Nottingham and York, 21st-30th August 1997

Paperback, 30/09/2016, £38.00
Focusing on the northern, central, and eastern regions of Anglo-Saxon England colonised by invading Danish armies in the late 9th century, known as the Danelaw, this volume contributes to many ofa the unresolved scholarly debates surrounding the concept, and extent of the Danelaw.

For Honour And Fame

Paperback, 07/06/2012, £16.99
The world of medieval chivalry is at once glamorous and violent, alluring yet alien. This title charts the introduction of chivalry by the Normans, the rise of the knightly class as a social elite, the fusion of chivalry with kingship in the fourteenth century and the influence of chivalry on literature, religion and architecture.

Friar Of Carcassonne

Paperback, 10/05/2012, £9.99
In 1300 a great orator emerged who brought together the currents of resistance. Three years later the terrible prisons were stormed and the inmates set free. The orator was a Franciscan friar, Bernard Delicieux. This book, which forms a kind of sequel to the bestselling "The Perfect Heresy", tells his inspiring life and tragic story.

Haskins Society Journal: Studies in Medieval History vol.26

Hardback, 15/10/2015, £50.00
The most recent research into the Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman, and Angevin worlds.

Genghis Khan: The Man Who Conquered the World

Paperback, 07/07/2016, £12.99
Genghis Khan was by far the greatest conqueror the world has ever known, whose empire stretched from the Pacific Ocean to central Europe, including all of China, the Middle East and Russia. So how did an illiterate nomad rise to such colossal power, eclipsing Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar and Napoleon?

Haskins Society Journal: Studies in Medieval History Vol 22 2010

Hardback, 17/05/2012, £55.00
The most up-to-date research in the period from the Anglo-Saxons to Angevins.

Haskins Society Journal: Studies in Medieval History: 2013: Vol 25

Hardback, 16/10/2014, £45.00
Fruits of the most recent research on the worlds of the eleventh and twelfth centuries.

Daughter's Love: Thomas and Margaret More

Paperback, 30/04/2009, £10.99
This book will break open a secret. It is a gripping tale of love, loyalty and domestic happiness that came to be overwhelmed by the forces of ambition, deceit and treachery, from the award-winning author of 'My Heart is My Own: The Life of Mary, Queen of Scots'.

Summer of Blood: The Peasants' Revolt of 1381

Paperback, 04/03/2010, £9.99
Revolt and upheaval in medieval Britain by a brilliant new narrative historian, 'Summer of Blood' breaks new ground in its portrayal of the personalities and politics of the bloody days of June 1381.

First Crusade: The Call from the East

Paperback, 07/03/2013, £9.99
The First Crusade is one of the best-known and most written-about events in history. This book intends to address the history of the First Crusade from the perspective of the east, examining the role of the Byzantine Empire and its ruler, Emperor Alexios I Komnenos.

Two Lives of Charlemagne

Paperback, 31/07/2008, £9.99
A chronicle of one of the most powerful and dynamic of all medieval rulers, Charlemagne. It describes his personal life, details his achievements in reviving learning and the arts, recounts his military successes and depicts one of the defining moments in European history: Charlemagne's coronation as emperor in Rome on Christmas Day 800 AD.


Paperback, 06/06/2013, £9.99
The acclaimed and enthralling story of the dark side of Elizabethan rule, from Stephen Alford Elizabeth I's reign is known as a golden age, yet to much of Europe she was a 'Jezebel' and heretic who had to be destroyed. This title is a portrayal of the secret state that sought to protect the Queen; a shadow world of spies, codebreakers and more.

Women in the Mediaeval English Countryside

Paperback, 04/10/1990, £32.00
This study of the rights of women in medieval England uses as its focal point the daily activities of an early 14th-century manor house. The author argues that married women were more restricted than their widowed or single counterparts because of their status as dependents of their husbands.

Trees and Timber in the Anglo-Saxon World

Hardback, 03/10/2013, £65.00
The very first collection of essays written about the role of trees in early medieval England, bringing together established specialists and new voices to present an interdisciplinary insight into the complex relationship between the early English and their woodlands.


Paperback, 01/02/2011, £18.00
William Cecil, Lord Burghley (1520-1598) was Elizabeth I's closest adviser. This revealing biography shows, the driving force behind the Queen's reign for four decades. It helps us redefine our understanding of the Elizabethan period.

Tudor Monarchy

Paperback, 26/09/1997, £15.99
This text provides a sense of the issues that have preoccupied historians, and of the ways in which the traditional concerns of power and politics have been enlarged by growing attention to less conventional facets of the subject.

Wars of the Roses

Paperback, 05/08/2010, £14.99
* The first major single history of the Wars of the Roses for decades, written by renowned popular and military historian, Trevor Royle, out now in paperback

Principles Of Government and Politics in the Middle Ages

Paperback, 15/10/2011, £23.50
In many respects this book marked a radical departure from contemporary historical writings. It is neither a constitutional nor a political history, but a historical definition and explanation of the main features which characterized the three kinds of government which can be discerned in the Middle Ages.

Wife and Widow in Medieval England

Hardback, 31/12/1993, £65.50
Examines the role of women in medieval law and society


Paperback, 11/04/2013, £8.99
The Ninjas are the stuff of myth and legend in comics, film and electronic games. But once they were real, the medieval equivalent of the SAS: spies, saboteurs, assassins. Could they fly? Make themselves invisible? In a journey to the heartland of the ninjas, the author takes you from their origins over 1,000 years ago, through their heyday.

Hundred Years War V2 Trial by Fire

Paperback, 18/08/2001, £14.99
This second volume on the Hundred Years War traces Edward III's increasing domination of France, from the fall of Calais in 1347 up to 1369. The period is dominated by a succession of crises in French affairs of state; crises that brought it to the verge of ruin.

She-Wolves: The Women Who Ruled England Before Elizabeth

Paperback, 07/07/2011, £10.99
In medieval England, man was the ruler of woman, and the King was the ruler of all. How, then, could royal power lie in female hands? This title offers the stories of four exceptional women who, while never reigning queens, held great power: Matilda, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Isabella of France and Margaret of Anjou.



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