William Marshal, knight-errant, baron, and regent of England.


Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1933.

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Subjects Great Britain -- History -- Angevin period, 1154-1216.
Great Britain.
Knights and knighthood -- Great Britain -- Biography.
Knights and knighthood.
Pembroke, William Marshal, Earl of, 1144?-1219.
Regents -- Great Britain -- Biography.
Regents.
Series Johns Hopkins historical publications.
Description 305 pages.
Notes "This biography was originally written as a dissertation for the degree of doctor of philosophy in Yale university [1930]"--Pref.
Contents John fitz Gilbert -- Squire and Bachelor -- Knight-Errant -- Familiaris Regis -- Associate Justiciar -- The King's Marshal -- Lord of Longueville -- Lord of Leinster -- Earl of Pembroke -- A Royalist General -- The Death of a Baron.
Genre History
Biography.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00404946
(OCoLC)404946
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