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England and the Crusades, 1095-1588, CHRISTOPHER TYERMAN

Author:    CHRISTOPHER TYERMAN

Title:   England and the Crusades, 1095-1588

Binding:   Hardcover

Book Condition:   New

Publisher:    University Of Chicago Press July 1988

ISBN Number:    0226820122 / 9780226820125

Seller ID:   20090905161431

Pristine, both book and jacket.

An Eighth Day View:

A potent mixt of salvation and adventure, the Crusades were one of the most prominent features of medieval Europe, reflecting and directing religious and secular movements in Western society for half a millennium. Christopher Tyerman offers the first book-length study of the role of England in the Crusades. Focusing on the courtroom and council chamber rather than the battlefield, he demonstrates the impact of the Crusades on the political and economic functions of English society.
Drawing on a wide range of archival, chronicle, and literary evidence, Tyerman brings to life the royal personalities, foreign policy, political intrigue, taxation and fundraising, and the crusading ethos that gripped England for hundreds of years.
"An ambitious task to undertake. . . . Tyerman has done the job not only thoroughly but brilliantly. . . . A highly impressive study, deserving rich praise and wide readership."--Norman Housley, "Times Literary Supplement"
"Christopher Tyerman has written a wonderful book. . . . He] manages to confront thorny issues in scholarship and to contribute new perspectives on them."--William Chester Jordan, "American Historical Review"
""Tyerman provides valuable insights into preaching, recruitment, and the funding and organisation of crusading expeditions. . . . Fascinating new perspectives on English history."--Edward Powell, Sunday Times"
""Impressive. . . . Tyerman's research has yielded valuable evidence, and his admirably lucid argument sheds new light on a complex and bloody period in English history."--Virginia Quarterly Review"

Price = 34.95 USD



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