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Kings, barons & serfs; a pictorial history, 1086-1300

Author: R J Unstead
Publisher: [London] Macdonald Educational [1971]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Traces the history of Britain from the eleventh to the fourteenth century, with emphasis on the lives and relationships of the ruling class and the serfs and on the emergence of a new, third class-craftsmen, lawyers, doctors, and tradesmen.
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Genre/Form: History
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R J Unstead
ISBN: 0356037517 9780356037516
OCLC Number: 379148
Notes: "Volume two."
Description: [1], 89 pages illustrations (some color), coats of arms, facsimiles (some color), genealogical table, maps (some color), plan 31 cm
Contents: A violent man --
William Rufus --
The lord and the villein --
The crusades begin --
Fighting the infidel --
Henry I --
progress and tragedy --
Stephen and the proud empress --
Early castles --
The first Plantagenet --
More French than English --
The murder of Becket --
The story of Scotland --
Early Scots heroes --
The progress of medicine --
Primitive justice --
How our laws began --
Loyal servants --
Richard --
the absent king --
The battle --
The tournament --
Ireland, the land of kings --
Ireland betrayed --
John "Softsword" --
Cruel King John --
The Magna Carta --
The men who built --
The men who sold --
The extravagant monarch --
Henry III --
A new age --
The rivalry for power --
Simon de Montfort --
The first Parliament --
Parliament restrains the king --
Finding enough food --
A king they feared --
Edward I --
Edward's two beautiful wives --
A kindgom's defence --
A master-mason --
The birth of the universities --
The Welsh struggle for freedom --
Edward conquers Wales --
The feudal world --
Time chart.
Responsibility: [by] R.J. Unstead.

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Traces the history of Britain from the eleventh to the fourteenth century, with emphasis on the lives and relationships of the ruling class and the serfs and on the emergence of a new, third class-craftsmen, lawyers, doctors, and tradesmen.

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