The Lion of Justice

The Lion of Justice

Book - 1975
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The death of the Conqueror left three sons to inherit his power and his wealth. Normandy for Robert, England for Rufus and for Henry, the youngest, five thousand pounds of silver.....The three were natural rivals. The feckless Robert lost his Norman dukedom in an orgy of impulsive extravagance. Red-haired Rufus scandalized the court with his perverse sexuality and contempt for the church...And Henry - cleverest of all - awaited his chance to fulfill his father's prophecy and assume the mantle of The Lion of Justice
Publisher: London : Hale, 1975.
Branch Call Number: HISTORICAL
Characteristics: 285 p. :,geneal. table ;,23 cm.

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