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Jean's account of the 7th Crusade and the life of St. Louis is even better.
Together, both accounts provide a well-rounded history of the time and place - a tremendously interesting read for professional and armchair historians alike.
This is an excellent read about the 4th Crusade, it is well worth reading for anyone interested in this part of our history.
These are translations of actual accounts of events related to the Crusades. It you want to get an idea of how these men thought you will want to take a look. Well worth the price.Published 6 months ago by Author of The Witch of Leper Cove
good book, used it for research with my own books... an author has to be accurate. Thank you for carrying it.Published 6 months ago by MALISSA
While I enjoyed this book, I would not recommend this for anyone with a hard interest in history or the crudes in particular. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Martin Reilly
Not worth the read or money I spent on it. Class discussion was easily faked since nobody else seemed to read the books eitherPublished 17 months ago by Adam Lauer
I, too, went on these epic journeys and on the way was able to fill in great gaps in my understanding.Published 22 months ago by Malcolm Schmidtke
Originally I skimmed through this book almost a decade ago in preparation for my Senior History Oral Exam and only focused on the overall theme questions listed in my study guide... Read morePublished on November 2, 2012 by Matthew Ries
It was in the shape it described and arrived on time. It was a good buy and I reccommend it to anyone looking for a good history book.Published on October 9, 2012 by myoungxc