Description - The Anglo-Saxons by Paul Hill
Not long after the Norman invasion, William of Malmesbury was seeing it as an unmitigated disaster, while Geoffrey of Monmouth cast the Anglo-Saxons as cruel invaders and resurrected the old Arthurian myths. This last of the trilogy on the Anglo-Saxons explores their legacy, and asks whether they have any meaning in modern multi-cultural England.
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(235mm x 165mm x 10mm)
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Author Biography - Paul Hill
The previous two volumes in this trilogy on the Anglo-Saxons are The Age of Athelstan: Britain's Forgotten History and The Road to Hastings: the Politics of Power in Anglo-Saxon England. Paul Hill lives in Kingston-upon-Thames.