Kings, Queens, Chiefs and Rulers by Professor David Loades, Paul Cheshire


Kings, Queens, Chiefs and Rulers by Professor David Loades, Paul Cheshire

This book is part of an invaluable series of accessible reference books packed with essential information, ideal for use at home or school. Kings, Queens, Chiefs & Rulers is an expansive guide to the fascinating history of the monarchy and ancient warrior leadership from Saxon and Viking times. It includes chronological entries, from the crusades of Richard I, Henry VIII's dissolution of the monarchies and the courtly politics of the reign of Elizabeth I.

About the Author

Professor David Loades is one of the leading historians of the Tudor and Stuart periods. He is Research Professor at the University of Sheffield and has written extensively on British History and the monarchy. Paul Cheshire is a prolific writer. He has written and contributed to many books on a wide range of subjects, including science, monarchy, social history and technology as well as magazine articles and partworks. His books include The Queen Mother and The Millennium Collection which covers one thousand years of history.

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256 pages


Professor David Loades, Paul Cheshire
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Publication date

18th June 2007



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