Medieval History Magazine - The First Magazine Dedicated to the Medieval Era: Issue 17 (Seventeen), January 2005: Venice, Constantinople and Jerusalem

By: Watson Brown, Martha; Lewis, Brenda Ralph; Taylor, Paul; et al

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82 pages. Features: Venice - The First Thousand Years (part 1); 1204 - a Norman Legacy?; Gerusalemme Liberata and Jihad - God's Will and Realpolitik; There's No Fool Like a Court Fool (Jester); The Welsh Castles of Edward I - in a weekend; The Blunted Arrowhead - The Defensive Role of the Great Medieval Fortresses of Albania; The 'Kingmaker' - a look at Richard Neville and his magnificent castle at Warwick; and more. Moderate wear. A sound copy.

Title: Medieval History Magazine - The First Magazine Dedicated to the Medieval Era: Issue 17 (Seventeen), January 2005: Venice, Constantinople and Jerusalem

Author: Watson Brown, Martha; Lewis, Brenda Ralph; Taylor, Paul; et al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, History, Humour,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: U.K., Harnois / Royal Armouries: 2004

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 301g3533

Keywords: Medieval History Magazine - The First Magazine Dedicated to the Medieval Era: Issue 17 (Seventeen), January 2005: Venice, Constantinople and Jerusalem First Thousand Years (part 1); 1204 - a Norman Legacy?; Gerusalemme Liberata and Jihad - God's Will and Realpolitik; There's No Fool Like a Court Fool (Jester); The Welsh Castles of Edward I - in a weekend; The Blunted Arrowhead - The Defensive Role of the Great Medieval Fortresses of Albania; The 'Kingmaker' - a look at Richard Neville and his magnificent castle at Warwick,