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King John: New Interpretations

£34.99

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King John was perhaps the most controversial monarch in English history. Succeeding to the throne at a time when England held dominion of Ireland and a large swathe of France, he found himself so unpopular he was forcibly constrained by the Magna Carta and overthrown in favour of the son of the King of France.

Edited by S.D. Church (Department of History at UEA) this volume brings together articles from leading historians on various aspects of John's reign. Topics cover all aspects of his life and career, from his reputation, the economy, the Norman aristocracy, the Church, Justice and the Empire, to his mother Eleanor of Aquitaine and his wife Isabella of Angouleme. It will be essential reading for all interested in one of the most significant periods of English history.

The book is in fine condition, soundly bound, and inside pages are clean and bright. There is a little light creasing to the dust jacket at spine ends and a few light handling marks. Contains numerous tables, figures and maps.

Item details

Author(s):
S.D. Church (editor)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
24.3cms x 16.5cms
Edition:
1999
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
085115736X
ISBN-13:
9780851157368
Number of pages:
390
Publisher:
Boydell
Title:
King John: New Interpretations

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King John was perhaps the most controversial monarch in English history. Succeeding to the throne at a time when England held dominion of Ireland and a large swathe of France, he found himself so unpopular he was forcibly constrained by the Magna Carta and overthrown in favour of the son of the King of France.

Edited by S.D. Church (Department of History at UEA) this volume brings together articles from leading historians on various aspects of John's reign. Topics cover all aspects of his life and career, from his reputation, the economy, the Norman aristocracy, the Church, Justice and the Empire, to his mother Eleanor of Aquitaine and his wife Isabella of Angouleme. It will be essential reading for all interested in one of the most significant periods of English history.

The book is in fine condition, soundly bound, and inside pages are clean and bright. There is a little light creasing to the dust jacket at spine ends and a few light handling marks. Contains numerous tables, figures and maps.

Author(s):
S.D. Church (editor)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
24.3cms x 16.5cms
Edition:
1999
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
085115736X
ISBN-13:
9780851157368
Number of pages:
390
Publisher:
Boydell
Title:
King John: New Interpretations

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