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1066franklinhamilton
1066franklinhamilton

1066 by Franklin Hamilton 1964 HBDJ Anglo-Saxon England

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Estimated to arrive by Wed, Dec 26th. Details
$3.60 via USPS Media Mail (2 to 9 business days) to United States

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Other Children & Young Adults

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Condition:

Used

Format:

Hardcover

Category:

History

Age Level:

Young Adults

Edition:

First

Edition Description:

Activity Book

Publisher:

The Dial Press

Dustjacket:

Yes

Author:

Franklin Hamilton

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More than a week ago

Item number:

41900078

Item description

1066 By Franklin Hamilton Illustrated by Judith Ann Lawrence Ex-Library Book. Copyright: 1964. First Edition stated. Published by The Dial Press 1964. Book Boards are in Bood condition except for having the dustjacket flaps glued on the inside of the boards, several old tape strip marks also on the inside of the boards. Has library pocket several library stamps markings. 212 Pages. Pages are Clean Tight. Dustjacket is in Fair condition with some light edge shelf wear, library sticker on the spine, price clipped. From the Flyleaf....... Loud and far resounded the bray of horns, the mighty strokes of maces, the quick clashing of swords. It was 1066 in Hastings, England, and a battle had begun that would drastically alter the course of western civilization. England had lacked a strong central government for generations. Thus, when Edward the Confessor died, leaving no heir to the throne, it was small wonder that the crown of England seemed a tempting prize. Seizing the crown the very day Edward was buried, the English Earl Harold knew no peace during his short reign. Two times invaders threatened England in ten months. Then, Duke William of Normandy landed on British shores. The great battle had begun that was to remake England into a power that would dominate Europe for hundreds of years. Multiple orders add .50 Per Book for combined shipping costs.
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