5 edition of Richard the Lionheart found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|LC Classifications||DA207 .B75 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 259 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||90013819|
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Richard the Lionheart Hardcover – December 1, by John Gillingham (Author)Cited by: Richard the Lionheart Paperback – January 1, by John Gillingham (Author)/5(11).
Richard the Lionheart: The Crusader King of England Hardcover – July 1, by W. Bartlett (Author)/5(11). Richard the Lionheart (Graphic Nonfiction Biographies Set 2) Paperback – January 1, by David West (Author)5/5(2).
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(19). The book does highlight what an incredible warrior king England did have in Richard the Lionheart and gives ample descriptions of his valour, narrow escapes and sheer tactical brilliance as a /5(19).
Miller, a retired British officer, first provides the context of Richard’s campaign in the Holy Land, and then a chronological account of it. Finally, the book looks at Richard's achievements by topic This is a military man’s assessment of the military capabilities of Richard I of England/5. The story of Richard I, the Lionheart, began in Oxford on September 8, His mother, Eleanor of Aquitaine, wife of King Henry II, gave birth to Richard in the 4/5.
Lionheart, her novel on Englands King Richard I, is the first of her books that Ive read and although I had one or two problems with it, I did 4/5. Summary of Book: Richard the Lionheart, son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, goes on Crusade.
There is strife. Richard is the bravest man to ever brave. Richard does not manage to win because the French are treacherous. Richard is sad, and returns to England. Since this is a very long book, that's a very short summary.
There's lots in the middle/5. Richard the lionheart simply tell the story of how is he become king and how it tell what went on through his life to become the famous king in lifetime as we know to /5(10). Richard the Lionheart was the third son of King Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, and although his eldest brother died young, the next in line, Henry, was named heir.
Thus, Richard grew up with little realistic expectations of achieving the English : Melissa Snell. Written By: Richard I, byname Richard the Lionheart or Lionhearted, French Richard Coeur de Lion, (born September 8,Oxford, England—died April 6,Châlus, duchy of Aquitaine), duke of Aquitaine (from ) and of Poitiers (from ) and king of England, duke of.
Richard “LionHeart” Simmons is a published author of multiple books, and founder of LionHeart Champions School among other ministries such as Media & TV, itinerant worldwide ministry, and a spiritual father to many.
Richard The Lionheart book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Presented in a lively, full-color graphic-novel style, history /5. Richard is known as Richard Cœur de Lion (Norman French: le quor de lion) or Richard the Lionheart because of his reputation as a great military leader and warrior.
The troubador Bertran de Born also called him in Richard Oc-e-Non (Occitan for Yes and No), possibly from a reputation for s/wars: Third Crusade. The Talisman is a novel by Sir Walter Scott. It was published in as the second of his Tales of the Crusaders, the first being The : Sir Walter Scott.
He has had over 40 books published on subjects ranging from the Samurai through the Battle of Waterloo to the Cold War, and from a shipwreck in the Falkland Islands to the Crusades. Working on the latter book revived his interest in Richard the Lionheart, one of the greatest warrior-kings England has ever known/5(3).
Richard I (more commonly known as Richard Cœur de Lion or Richard the Lionheart) was a king of England who lived during the 12th century. He is arguably best-known for the role he played in the Third Crusade.
Although Richard earned a reputation for being a formidable military commander and warrior (hence his epithet, ‘the Lionheart’), he may be said to have been less successful as a : Dhwty. Richard the Lionheart Paperback – 21 Sept. by John Gillingham (Author)/5. The Richard the Lionheart book series by Sharon Kay Penman includes books Lionheart and A King's Ransom.
See the complete Richard the Lionheart series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. The book itself is marketed as a Richard ‘for the twenty first century,’ so to say the least, I was in some confusion from the outset.
I further must say that the prose in this work is somewhat laboured when the author tries to paint a picture, as if he is trying too hard. This book gives tremendous insight into the minds of those who would wreck havoc in the name of faith.
This book reminds us that the struggle between faiths in the Holy Land has been going on for millenia -- since well before Saladin and Richard the Lionheart. Mr.5/5(5). An engraving showing Richard I (Richard the Lionheart) in prison, c Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty L et me own up right away: I knew very little about Richard the Lionheart when I.
Richard I, the Lionheart, remains forever (and perhaps wrongly) the mythical king of England who preferred to wage war than to rule over his empire. The familiar epithet conveys all the principal features of his indomitable character: courage, valor, prowess, the pursuit of glory, the Price: $ Children's book illustration – University Society, New York () Following the footsteps of Richard the Lionheart.
If you follow the thematic path up to the ruins of Richard’s historic prison in Dürnstein, you will learn about the real story, the legends and related topics like the crusades. Richard the Lionheart King and Knight.
by Jean Flori. Examines both Richard's role as prince and king in history, and also analyses the different and sometimes controversial elements which, for the chroniclers of his day, helped to make Richard a true model of chivalry.
Born September 8,Richard the Lionheart was the third legitimate son of King Henry II of England. Often believed to have been the favorite son of his mother, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Richard had three older siblings, William (who died in infancy), Henry, and Matilda, as well as four younger: Geoffrey, Lenora, Joan, and John.
Warriors of God: Richard the Lionheart and Saladin in the Third Crusade James Reston, Jr., Author Doubleday Books $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. The Brothers Lionheart (Swedish: Bröderna Lejonhjärta) is a children's fantasy novel written by Astrid established as one of the most widely read and beloved books for children in Sweden, it was originally published in the autumn of and has since been translated into 46 languages.
Like several of Lindgren's works, the book has a melancholy tone, and many of its themes are Author: Astrid Lindgren.
* Reviews * Book Review--"Richard the Lionheart is a comic-style educational supplement that documents the life of one of the Middle Ages' most well-known personalities in a way that should prove interesting to even the most disinterested historical reader.
where this book succeeds - more so than any other history I've read on the matter - is in SHOWING students what life was really like. Discover facts about the life of King Richard I, also known as 'Richard the Lionheart'.
Find out more about his crusades and eventual truce with Saladin. Board Game: Richard the Lionheart» Forums» Rules. Post Thread | Subscribe. Subject Replies Last Post; 0 Marie of France. by Kikki Wed am 2: Fri pm by juancsuarez.
0 Steal 1 card. by KERBORG Sat pm 2: Sun pm by tkelly. Get this from a library. Richard the Lionheart. [John Gillingham] -- "Richard I (8 September.
6 April ) was King of England from 6 July until his death. He also ruled as Duke of Normandy (as Richard IV), Duke of Aquitaine, Duke of Gascony, Lord of. The exhibition honouring the legacy of Richard the Lionheart (d.
) - king of England, knight and crusading leader - at the Historisches Museum der Pfalz Speyer, Germany, offers a royal tribute to the legacy of this famous medieval ruler.
The Story of Blondel the Minstrel - Summary On his return from the Crusades in King Richard the Lionheart had disappeared. King Richard had been taken prisoner by Duke Leopold of Austria who he had offended at the Siege of l was a troubadour, an elite Minstrel of the 12th century.
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And, back in England, by the conniving of Richard's youngest brother, John, to steal his crown. In Lionheart, Sharon Kay Penman displays her remarkable mastery of historical detail and her acute understanding of human foibles.
The result is a powerful story of intrigue, war, and - surprisingly - effective diplomacy, played out against the. Here are my thoughts for Sharon Kay Penman´s novel on Richard "The Lionheart"´s time in the Holy Land.
Enjoy!:) - Link to the book's Goodreads page. England’s most famous medieval monarch, Richard the Lionheart, died years ago this April. Wounded while besieging a castle in western France, he succumbed to gangrene. Strangely, though, despite his being the most famous European warrior of his time, one of the major modern talking points about him pertains to his sexuality.
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Richard the Lionheart. [Antony Bridge] -- Richard I () was King of England and a good portion of France which he had inherited from his parents, Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine. A brave military comander and poor king, he left no.While Richard I is one of medieval England's most famous kings he is also the most controversial.
This reassessment looks at his deeds and achievements in a new light. The result is a compelling new portrait of "the Lionheart" which shows that the king is every bit .