The Afterlife of King James IV

The Afterlife of King James IV

The Afterlife of King James IV

The Afterlife of King James IV explores the survival stories following the Scottish king's defeat at the battle of Flodden in 1513, and how his image and legacy were used in the years that followed when he remained a shadow player in the politics of a shattered kingdom. Keith John Coleman has written a legend-based biography of James IV that straddles the gap between history and folklore that looks at the undying king motif and otherworld myths of James IV, one of Scotland's most successful rulers.

Catalog of Copyright Entries

Catalog of Copyright Entries

Catalog of Copyright Entries


Books Added 1911 15

Books Added  1911 15

Books Added 1911 15


The Dawn of the New Cycle

The Dawn of the New Cycle

The Dawn of the New Cycle

In considering a group that identified with Victorian American culture and its anxieties while adhering to an occult worldview that most of their contemporaries found strange, if not dangerous, the book explains why these middle-class Americans found Theosophy so persuasive and why they left family and friends behind to take up residence at this California settlement."--BOOK JACKET.

Quarterly Bulletin

Quarterly Bulletin

Quarterly Bulletin