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Armour & Weapons
Charles Ffoulkes
A Concise Illustrated History From the 11th to the 17th Centuries
An illustrated guide This concise ‘handbook’ provides an overview, supported by numerous illustrations and diagrams, of the development of arms and armour in Europe. The work is conveniently divide..
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The History of the Knights Templars, the Temple Church, and the Temple, 1119-1312
Charles G. Addison
The warrior knights of the cross The Knights Templar were one of the most famous Christian military orders of the medieval period. Officially endorsed by the church in the early decades of the 12th..
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Heroines of the Crusades
C. A. Bloss
Outstanding Women During the Eight Crusades
Six remarkable women of the Crusades The history of the Crusades, Christianity’s ‘holy wars’ to recover the city of Jerusalem, have become a notable area of fascination for students of history. Ima..
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Chivalry and the Crusades
G. P. R. James
A History of the European Knights at War
The knight and the Cross This excellent and thorough book examines the development of chivalry in tenth century Europe, then goes on to describe how the chivalric code and its development into the ..
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The Normans in Europe
Arthur Henry Johnson
A History of the “Northmen” AD 700 to 1135
The sword and the cross The Normans (or Northmen) forged an empire that lasted four hundred years. Though principally known for their seat of power in Normandy, they originated from Viking stock an..
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The Military Religious Orders of the Middle Ages
F. C. Woodhouse
The Knights Templar, Hospitaller and Others
Knights of the sword and Cross The principal tenets of the chivalric code of the Christian Knights of the middle ages were to fear God, to protect the afflicted and to serve ones master faithfully...
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The First Crusade
August C. Krey
The Military Expedition to Regain the Holy Lands, 1096-1099
The cataclysmic collision of two great religions As the Seljuk Turks pressed ever closer to the Byzantine Empire, the stage became set for a conflict of faith and political interest which would bat..
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Bohemond I, Prince of Antioch
Ralph Bailey Yewdale
A Norman Soldier of Fortune and Crusader 1050-1111
The Warrior Prince of Antioch Bohemond—nicknamed because of his large size as a child—was a Norman soldier and adventurer who became a pivotal figure among the committee of nobleman leaders of the ..
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Knights of the Cross
Geoffrey de Villehardouin & Jean de Joinville
Chronicle of the Fourth Crusade and The Conquest of Constantinople
by Geoffrey de Villehardouin

Chronicle of the Crusade of St. Louis
by Jean de Joinville
Rare insights into the chivalric age through the eyewitness accounts of two French knights Geoffrey de Villehardouin was an eminent French knight, who set out on the Fourth Crusade in 1199. Pivotal..
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