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The Most Ungrateful Englishman: the life and times of Adam Easton

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Corpus Publishing, 2006, first edition. Lee, Andrew. Hardback, condition: used very good. Dj very good+, not price clipped, slight shelf wear, black cloth boards with silver lettering, bumping to corners, binding tight, pages clean and bright. In 1391 Richard ll wrote 'of all Englishmen he is the most ungrateful...' - the object of his anger was Adam Easton, son of a Norfolk peasant but at that time a senior cardinal in the Catholic Church. Adam played a significant role in shaping the history of England throughout a rollercoaster career, much of it spent at the papal court. Even so, his life was shrouded in mystery and the inscription on his tomb holds two puzzles that would do a Dan Brown novel proud.

Item details

Author(s):
Lee, Andrew
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
337
Publisher:
Corpus Publishing
Title:
The Most Ungrateful Englishman: the life and times of Adam Easton

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Corpus Publishing, 2006, first edition. Lee, Andrew. Hardback, condition: used very good. Dj very good+, not price clipped, slight shelf wear, black cloth boards with silver lettering, bumping to corners, binding tight, pages clean and bright. In 1391 Richard ll wrote 'of all Englishmen he is the most ungrateful...' - the object of his anger was Adam Easton, son of a Norfolk peasant but at that time a senior cardinal in the Catholic Church. Adam played a significant role in shaping the history of England throughout a rollercoaster career, much of it spent at the papal court. Even so, his life was shrouded in mystery and the inscription on his tomb holds two puzzles that would do a Dan Brown novel proud.

Author(s):
Lee, Andrew
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
337
Publisher:
Corpus Publishing
Title:
The Most Ungrateful Englishman: the life and times of Adam Easton

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