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The Road To Hastings By Paul Hill

The Road To Hastings by Paul Hill

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Exploring the events which led up to the battle of Hastings in 1066

The Road To Hastings Summary

The Road To Hastings: The Politics of Power in Anglo-Saxon England by Paul Hill

The dramatic confrontation between Harold of England and William of Normandy at Senlac Ridge in 1066 was the result of almost a century of political and dynastic struggles. Paul Hill explores the prolonged death-throe of Anglo-Saxon England - a story of murder, treachery and ambition - and of a foreign predator with a talent for organisation.

About Paul Hill

The author of 'The Age of Athelstan' (Tempus 2004), Paul Hill was formerly curator at Kingston upon Thames Museum. He is currently working on the third book of his Anglo-Saxon trilogy -- 'The Rebirth of the Anglo-Saxons'.

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The Road To Hastings: The Politics of Power in Anglo-Saxon England by Paul Hill
Used - Very Good
The History Press Ltd
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