This map of England and Wales contains a wealth of historical information and beautiful illustrations of knights, cathedrals, and the Tower of London. It shows towns, castles, places of worship, early ruins, and battles. Insets provide information on: England in the eighth century; Henry II's empires (1154-1189); the social ladders of the time; the Battle of Hastings. This version, printed on high-quality, semi-gloss paper, is perfect for framing.
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22 1/2" x 29"
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