Queen Emma and the Vikings: The Woman who Shaped the Events of 1066

Bloomsbury, 1 Ιουν 2006 - 288 σελίδες
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"Emma was one of England's most remarkable queens: a formidable woman who made her mark on a Europe beset by Vikings. By birth a Norman, she married and outlived two kings of England and witnessed the coronations of two of her sons: Harthcnut the Viking and Edward the Confessor. She beame an unscrupulous political player and was diversely regarded as a generous Christian patron, the admired co-regent of the nation and a ruthlessly Machiavellian mother." ...Cover.

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Harriet O'Brien is a journalist based in London. She has written for the Independent and Conde Nast Traveler, among other publications. This is her second book.

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