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Heroes of the Middle Ages
by Eva March Tappan
Recounts the stories of the most important movements in the history of Europe during the Middle Ages and acquaints the reader with the most important figures in those scenes. The figures are grouped into seven periods: The Barbarian Invasion, The Forming of the Germanic Nations, The Teutonic Invasions, The Rise of Nationalities, The Crusades, The Time of Progress and Discovery, and The Struggles of the Nations. In the tapestry which the author weaves may be traced the history of the rise and fall of the various nationalities and the circum-stances and mode of life of each.  Ages 11-14
239 pages $10.95   

Table of Contents

Front Matter


Alaric the Visigoth
Attila the Hun
Genseric the Vandal
The Teutons and Their Myths
The Story of the Nibelungs
Clovis
Theodoric the Ostrogoth
Charles Martel
Charlemagne
The Coming of the Teutons to England
The Story of Beowulf
Saint Patrick
The Legend of King Arthur
King Alfred the Great
Rurik the Norseman
Rollo the Viking
William the Conqueror
Leif Ericsson, the Discoverer
Henry the Fowler
Hugh Capet
The Cid
Magna Charta
The Life of the Knight
Country Life in the Middle Ages
Town Life in the Middle Ages
Peter the Hermit Leads the First Crusade
Richard the Lion-Hearted
The Children's Crusade
Roger Bacon
Marco Polo
Francesco Petrarch
The Fall of Constantinople
John Gutenberg
Christopher Columbus
Vasco da Gama
Ferdinand Magellan
Robert Bruce
Stories of William Tell and Arnold Von Winkelried
Edward the Black Prince
Joan of Arc

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