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Fri Mar 21 17:11:13 2014 UTClccn-nr980245020.08The time traveler's guide to Elizabethan England0.270.96I.M. imprimit : the private press of Ian Mortimer : work from an artist's press : catalogue of an exhibition at Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, 1 to 29 October 197732232982Ian_Mortimer_(historian)nr 9802450247650698221270Mortimer, Ian James Forrester 1967-containsVIAFID/91469277Forrester, James, 1967-lccn-n50035066EdwardIIKing of England1284-1327lccn-n83177897Mortimer, Roger deEarl of March1287?-1330lccn-n50081473IsabellaQueen, consort of Edward II, King of England1292-1358lccn-n50035067EdwardIIIKing of England1312-1377lccn-n50074522RichardIIKing of England1367-1400lccn-n50038127HenryVKing of England1387-1422lccn-n81147432HenryIVKing of England1367-1413lccn-n82126981Great BritainRoyal Commission on Historical Manuscriptslccn-no2010189190Forrester, James1967-np-grady, mikeGrady, MikenrtMortimer, Ian1967-HistoryBiographyChronologyFictionSuspense fictionSourcesIllustrationsInventoriesCatalogsDirectoriesGreat BritainEnglandSocial historyManners and customsEdward--II,--King of England,Kings and rulersMortimer, Roger de,--Earl of March,Isabella,--Queen, consort of Edward II, King of England,Edward--III,--King of England,Richard--II,--King of England,NobilityHenry--V,--King of England,Henry--IV,--King of England,HeraldsPolitical scienceBooksPolitical participationMedicineArchivesPublic recordsPublic health--Social aspectsMedical careEngland--BerkshireKings and rulers--SuccessionBible.--JonahProbate law and practiceProbate recordsChurch of England.--Archdeaconry of BerkshireVisitations, EcclesiasticalChurch landsEnglish literature--ManuscriptsExeter University LibraryEnglish literatureCivilization, MedievalIntellectual lifePhysiciansPrintingMortimer, Ian,CivilizationHistory--SourcesManuscripts196719711973197719781979198019831985199219951997199819992002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014603044162942.03HN385ocn009550914ocn183200048ocn866482520ocn832742408ocn225780779181520ocn310397966book20080.20Mortimer, IanThe time traveler's guide to medieval England : a handbook for visitors to the fourteenth centuryHistoryA time machine has just transported you back to the fourteenth century. What do you see? How do you dress? Where will you stay? How do you earn a living and how much are you paid? What sort of food will you be offered by a peasant or a monk or a lord? This is not your typical look at a historical period. This radical new approach shows us that the past is not just something to be studied; it is also something to be lived. All facets of the everyday lives of serf, merchant, and aristocrat in this fascinating period are revealed, from the horrors of the plague and war to the ridiculous excesses of roasted larks and medieval haute couture.--From publisher description+-+5964964896324119717ocn818953766book20120.20Mortimer, IanThe time traveler's guide to Elizabethan EnglandHistory" ... this popular history explores daily life in Queen Elizabeth's England, taking us inside the homes and minds of ordinary citizens as well as luminaries of the period, including Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe, Sir Walter Raleigh, and Sir Francis Drake. Organized as a travel guide for the time-hopping tourist, Mortimer relates in delightful (and occasionally disturbing) detail everything from the sounds and smells of sixteenth-century England to the complex and contradictory Elizabethan attitudes toward violence, class, sex, and religion. Original enough to interest those with previous knowledge of Elizabethan England and accessible enough to entertain those without, The Time Traveler's Guide is a book for Elizabethan enthusiasts and history buffs alike."--54417ocn535494689book20100.47Mortimer, IanMedieval intrigue : decoding royal conspiraciesHistoryBiographyIan Mortimer examines some of the most controversial questions in medieval history, including whether Edward II was murdered, his possible later life in Italy, the weakness of the Lancastrian claim to the throne in 1399, and the origins of the idea of the royal pretender+-+44301529364366ocn062421329book20040.21Mortimer, IanThe greatest traitor : the life of Sir Roger Mortimer, ruler of England, 1327-1330HistoryBiography"Brutal, intelligent, passionate, profligate, imaginative, and violent, Sir Roger Mortimer was an extraordinary character. It is not surprising that the Queen lost her heart to him. Nor is it surprising that his contemporaries were terrified of him. But until now no one has appreciated the full evil genius of the man. This first biography reveals not only Mortimer's career as a feudal lord, a governor of Ireland, a rebel leader, and a dictator of England, but also the truth of what happened that night in Berkeley Castle."--Jacket+-+169498768533311ocn062474803book20060.28Mortimer, IanThe perfect king : the life of Edward III : father of the English nationHistoryBiographyStudying his character and life, Ian Mortimer shows how King Edward III personally provided the impetus for much of the drama of his 50-year reign+-+K6582597752817ocn319130269book20090.27Mortimer, Ian1415 : Henry V's year of gloryHistoryChronology"Henry V is regarded as the great English hero. Lionised in his own day for his victory at Agincourt, his piety and his rigorous application of justice, he was elevated by Shakespeare into a champion of English nationalism for all future generations. But what was he really like? Does he deserve to be thought of as 'the greatest man who ever ruled England?' In this groundbreaking and ambitious book, Ian Mortimer portrays Henry in the pivotal year of his reign. Recording the dramatic events of 1415 on a day-by-day basis, he offers the fullest, most precise and least romanticised view we have of Henry and what he did. In addition, the king's story is told against the background of other important developments in Europe, in particular the struggle for power within the Catholic Church and official attempts to eradicate any deviant religious beliefs. In so doing the reader encounters unexpected and eye-opening explanations for why Henry tried to unify the kingdoms of England and France - and why he was prepared to burn men alive as heretics. The result is not only a fascinating reappraisal of Henry; it brings to the fore many unpalatable truths which biographers and military historians have largely ignored. While Henry retains the essential qualities of his greatness, his legend is stripped of its Shakespearean rhetoric and compassion. At the centre of the book is the campaign which culminated in the battle of Agincourt: a slaughter ground designed not to advance England's interests directly but to demonstrate God's approval of Henry's royal authority on both sides of the Channel. 1415 was a year of religious persecution, personal suffering and one horrendous battle. This is the story of that year, as seen over the shoulder of its most cold-hearted, most ambitious and most celebrated hero." --Author website+-+67442597752739ocn191240422book20070.28Mortimer, IanThe fears of King Henry IV : the life of England's self-made KingHistoryBiographyWritten by Ian Mortimer, 'The Fears of Henry IV' tackles the turbulent reign of Henry IV, the first Lancestrian king+-+65582597751876ocn059368548book20030.37Mortimer, IanThe greatest traitor : the life of Sir Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March, Ruler of England, 1327-1330HistoryBiographyKing Edward II was deposed and apparently murdered by the lover of his estranged Queen Isabella, Sir Roger Mortimer. This biography of 14th century England's evil genius offers a new and controversial theory regarding the fate of Edward II+-+24971597753241818ocn262426578book20090.76Mortimer, IanThe dying and the doctors : the medical revolution in seventeenth-century EnglandHistoryFrom the 16th century onwards, medical strategies adopted by the seriously ill and dying changed radically. This title identifies massive increases in the consumption of medicines and medical advice by various social groups and in various areas. It examines the role of the towns in providing medical services to rural areas and hinterlands+-+37588461351635ocn042213135book19970.32Great BritainRecord repositories in Great BritainHistoryDirectories+-+21271682363241621ocn619919510book20100.15Forrester, JamesSacred treasonHistoryFictionSuspense fictionI England i 1563 sidder den unge dronning Elizabeth ikke helt skkert på tronen. Frygten for katolske sammensværgelser florerer, og det får den katolske herold William Harley at mærke. En sen nat bliver han opsøgt af en gammel ven, der betror ham et dokument+-+7651080025565ocn852262906rcrd20130.08Mortimer, IanThe time traveler's guide to Elizabethan EnglandHistory"Organized as a travel guide for the time-hopping tourist, Mortimer relates in delightful (and occasionally disturbing) detail everything from the sounds and smells of sixteenth-century England to the complex and contradictory Elizabethan attitudes toward violence, class, sex, and religion"--Container531ocn528397488book20100.19Mortimer, IanThe greatest traitor : the life of Sir Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of MarchHistory+-+6777004455431ocn009550914book19790.84The book of Jonah taken from the authorised version of King James IIllustrations404ocn781977593rcrd20120.15Mortimer, IanThe time traveller's guide to Elizabethan EnglandHistory384ocn043405643book19990.63Berkshire probate accounts, 1583-1712HistorySources342ocn035555644book19950.76Berkshire glebe terriers, 1634HistoryInventoriesSources321ocn053242415book20030.37Gardner, JessicaModern literary papers in the University of Exeter Library : a guideCatalogs293ocn751737731book20110.10Mortimer, IanThe time traveller's guide to medieval EnglandHistoryImagine you could get into a time machine and travel back to the 14th century. This text sets out to explain what life was like in the most immediate way, through taking the reader to the Middle Ages251ocn764464885book20090.15Mortimer, IanThe Time Traveller's Guide to Medieval England61ocn003743610book19770.96Mortimer, IanI.M. imprimit : the private press of Ian Mortimer : work from an artist's press : catalogue of an exhibition at Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, 1 to 29 October 1977Exhibition catalogs+-+5964964896324+-+5964964896324Fri Mar 21 16:10:28 EDT 2014batch19825