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The Charters of the Anglo-Norman Earls of Chester c 1071-1237

£35.00

Product description

Very good condition with some minor wear to dust jacket. Internally clean and bright. Minor age spots to top edge of pages.

One of the best known, most respected, and most versatile century, Geoffrey Barraclough is probably best remembered as the author of such studies of medieval Europe as The Origins of Modern Germany and The Medieval Pacy, and as the editor of the bestselling Times Atlas of World History. It was, however, as Professor of Medieval History at Liverpool University from 1945-56 that he began his association with Cheshire history and with the Record Society, which led to the publication in 1957 of his Facsimiles of Early Chesire Charted and laid the foundations for the present volume. Professor Barraclough dies in 1984 when his labours were virtually completed, and his generosity has enabled the Society to publish his work as a volume additional to its regular annual publications.

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Author(s):
Barraclough, Geoffrey
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
16.2 x 24.6 x 3.5 cm
Edition:
1988
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
511

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Very good condition with some minor wear to dust jacket. Internally clean and bright. Minor age spots to top edge of pages.

One of the best known, most respected, and most versatile century, Geoffrey Barraclough is probably best remembered as the author of such studies of medieval Europe as The Origins of Modern Germany and The Medieval Pacy, and as the editor of the bestselling Times Atlas of World History. It was, however, as Professor of Medieval History at Liverpool University from 1945-56 that he began his association with Cheshire history and with the Record Society, which led to the publication in 1957 of his Facsimiles of Early Chesire Charted and laid the foundations for the present volume. Professor Barraclough dies in 1984 when his labours were virtually completed, and his generosity has enabled the Society to publish his work as a volume additional to its regular annual publications.

Author(s):
Barraclough, Geoffrey
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
16.2 x 24.6 x 3.5 cm
Edition:
1988
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
511

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