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The Plantagenets: The Warrior Kings and Queens Who Made England

by Dan Jones

The New York Times bestseller that tells the story of Britain's greatest and worst dynasty-"a real-life Game of Thrones" (The Wall Street Journal)

The first Plantagenet kings inherited a blood-soaked realm from...


Gender and Christianity in Medieval Europe: New Perspectives

by Lisa M. Bitel & Felice Lifshitz

Gender and Christianity in Medieval Europe seeks to explain the convergence of religion and gender in medieval Christendom. Essays in the volume examine how Europeans identified themselves as women, men, and...


Confrontation at Lepanto

by T. C. F. Hopkins

Like an angry lion, the Turkish menace growled at the frontiers of Europe. In 1453, the last remnant of the mighty Roman Empire was obliterated when Turkish forces overran Constantinople. Western civilization...


Veni Vadi Vici

by Guy Stanley Windsor

The result of a successful crowdfunding campaign, this book brings a long-disregarded swordfighting manual to life. The original handwritten text has been painstakingly transcribed, translated from the original...


The Swordsman's Companion

by Guy Stanley Windsor

This book broke new ground in 2004, providing for the first time a comprehensive beginners' guide to medieval Italian swordsmanship. It has proved enduringly popular, with second-hand copies changing hands for...


Alexander II: King of Scots 1214-1249

by Richard Oram

By equal measure state-builder and political unifier and ruthless opportunist and bloody-handed aggressor, Alexander II has been praised or vilified by past historians but has rarely been viewed in the round....


Forgotten Stones: Ancient Church Sites of the Burren and Environs

by Averil Swinfen

This guide to the 'forgotten stones' of early ecclesiastical sites and buildings is a lovingly detailed record of 82 churches secreted in the hundred-odd square miles of the Burren, a primeval limestones region...


The Battle of Bosworth

by Michael Bennett

In August, 500 years ago, Richard III lost his life and the Plantagenet name came to an end. This volume provides the background to the Battle of Bosworth - of the war and politics in the previous years and...


From the Bloody Heart: The Stewarts and the Douglases

by Oliver Thomson

In early medieval Scotland bitter rivalry grew up between two important families from Flanders in their struggle for the crown: the Stewarts and the Douglases. From the Bloody Heart covers the period from 1286...


Medieval Scotland: Kingship and Nation

by Alan MacQuarrie

The history of medieval Scotland.

 

Of all the Celtic peoples once dominant across the whole of Europe north of the Alps, only the Scots established a kingdom that lasted. Wales, Brittany and Ireland, subject...


Social Attitudes and Political Structures in the Fifteenth Century

by Tim Thornton

This volume includes papers on political, religious, social and economic history and the history of ideas during the 15th century. The papers challenge existing conceptions and open new avenues of discussion...


God's Heretics: The Albigensian Crusade

by Aubrey Burl

The Albigensian Crusade was one of the bloodiest episodes in Christian history. Aubrey Burl here discusses the Crusade and its legacy.


Caliphs and Kings: Spain, 796-1031

by Roger Collins

Roger Collins, a leading historian, investigates a time in Spanish history known for its multi-religious society - when Christians, Jews and Muslims lived in apparent harmony - revealing a fuller, more complex...


The Knights Templars: God's Warriors, the Devil's Bankers

by Frank Sanello

A vivid description of the formation of the Templars as a strict religious-military order, their political and financial power and the legends surrounding them.


Crusade and Christendom: Annotated Documents in Translation from Innocent III to the Fall of Acre, 1187-1291

by Jessalynn Bird, Edward Peters & James M. Powells

Intended for the undergraduate yet also invaluable for teachers and scholars, this book illustrates how the crusade became crucial for defining and promoting the very concept and boundaries of Latin Christendom....


The Poetics of Old English

by Tiffany Beechy

Combining literary analysis and theoretical linguistics, this engaging study provides a critical reassessment of Anglo-Saxon verse and prose and identifies an inherent poetic nature present in all Old English...


Disability in the Middle Ages: Reconsiderations and Reverberations

by Joshua R. Eyler

What do we mean when we talk about disability in the Middle Ages? This volume brings together dynamic scholars working on the subject in medieval literature and history, who use the latest approaches from the...


The Historical Literature of the Jack Cade Rebellion

by Alexander L. Kaufman

Accounts of Jack Cade's 1450 Rebellion, each inherently different and highly subjective, form the dominant entry in the London chronicles of the Fifteenth Century. In the first study of the primary documents...


Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture

by Elma Brenner & Meredith Cohen

Focusing on France but incorporating studies from further afield, this collection of essays marks an important new contribution to the study of medieval memory and commemoration. Arranged thematically, each...


The Age of Reform 1250-1550: An Intellectual and Religious History of Late Medieval and Reformation Europe