Professor Prestwich's study of Edward I, first published in 1988, is a full-length account of one of the leading monarchs of the Middle Ages. A king who pioneered legal and parliamentary change, conquered Wales and came close to conquering Scotland, Edward also governed Gascony in south-west France and played a major part in European diplomacy and war. Examining the full range of manuscript sources, the book reveals a capable monarch facing complex simultaneous challenges.
Yale University Press
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