The Thirteenth Century. 1216-1307.

By Sir Maurice Powicke

Printed: 1988

Publisher: Clarendon Press. Oxford

Edition: Second edition

Dimensions 15 × 23 × 6 cm

Language: English

Size (cminches): 15 x 23 x 6

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In the original dustsheet. Navy cloth binding with gilt title on the spine.

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hardcover in dust jacket: 829 pages including index; genealogical table and three black and white maps included. Contents: List of maps. Part one: The minority of Henry 111. Part two. The duties of kingship. Part three. Foreign relations 1216 – 59. Part four. The common enterprise, 1258 – 62. Part five. The Barons War and the Legates peace. Part six. Edward 1 and his time. Part seven. The Duke of Aquitaine. Part eight. The period of the statutes, 1274-90. Part nine. Wales. Part ten. The clergy under two rules of law. Part eleven. The community of the realm and taxation. Part 12. Ireland and Scotland, 1217- 97. Part 13. The Crown and the merchants. Part 14. The years of emergency. Bibliography. Index.

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