The Lords of Navarre

The Lords of Navarre

The Lords of Navarre

An epic novel of breathtaking scope, The Lords of Navarre is skillfully conceived and masterfully written. It traces a Basque family's history from the last Ice Age to the present, an untold story of a people still speaking the haunting voices of its Cro-Magnon ancestors. Lacambra-Loizu weaves a compelling chronicle of successive generations of Basque warlords who settle in the western Pyrenean uplands. Over the course of centuries, their destinies and fortunes become intertwined with those of Julius Caesar, Charlemagne, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Richard the Lionheart, the Black Prince, Sancho el Fuerte, Cesare Borgia, and Ferdinand and Isabel of Castile. The Lords of Navarre is an authoritative, meticulously researched account of the Basques, their lives as early hunters and farmers, the dawning of Christianity in their land, their fierce battles to fend off Celts, Romans, Franks, Moors and Castilians from their beloved highlands.

The Life of Marguerite D Angoul me Queen of Navarre Duchesse D Alen on and de Berry Sister of Francis I King of France From Numerous Unpublished Sources Including Ms Documents in the Biblioth que Imperiale and the Archives Du Royaume de France and Also the Private Correspondence of Queen Marguerite with Francis I Etc

The Life of Marguerite D Angoul  me  Queen of Navarre  Duchesse D Alen  on and de Berry  Sister of Francis I   King of France   From Numerous Unpublished Sources  Including Ms  Documents in the Biblioth  que Imperiale  and the Archives Du Royaume de France  and Also the Private Correspondence of Queen Marguerite with Francis I   Etc

The Life of Marguerite D Angoul me Queen of Navarre Duchesse D Alen on and de Berry Sister of Francis I King of France From Numerous Unpublished Sources Including Ms Documents in the Biblioth que Imperiale and the Archives Du Royaume de France and Also the Private Correspondence of Queen Marguerite with Francis I Etc


The Chronicles of Froissart

The Chronicles of Froissart

The Chronicles of Froissart

Cited as one of the major sources for Shakespeare's co-authored€history play€Edward III, €The Chronicles of Froissart follows European history from 1322 until 1400, including€the reign of the play's title King.

The White Plumes of Navarre

The White Plumes of Navarre

The White Plumes of Navarre

"The White Plumes of Navarre" by S. R. Crockett. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.