- Book Title: Seven medieval kings
- Author: Joseph Dahmus
- ISBN: MW 00243121
- Publisher: Allen and Unwin
- Year Published: 1967
- Our Normal Price: £27.50 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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- Description: Allen and Unwin Ltd 1967: first edition hardcover in dust jacket: approximately 6 by 9.5 inches tall: 344 pages including index: black and white photographic illustration. Synopsis: A collection of biographies featuring seven of the most influential European monarchs, all reigning during the Middle Ages. Justinian, Emperor of Byzantium; Harun al- Rashid, Caliph of Baghdad; Charlemagne, founder of the New Roman Empire; Henry II of England, the powerful father of Richard Coeur -de -Leon ; Louis IX of France, the Great Crusader; Frederick II of Germany, the mediaeval terror of Europe; and Louis XI of France, the Spider King are the monarchs analysed and described by Joseph Dahmus ; a collection of all-powerful rulers in Europe and Asia Minor, shaping the future destiny of that part of the world. Condition edges of dustjacket slightly rubbed: overall very clean and good
- Condition: Collectable- Very Good
- Dustcover: Yes
- Binding: Hardback
- Type: Used Books
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