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Kings and Queens of Early Britain

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A fascinating, readable account of early British history beginning with the legendary founding of Britain -- reputedly by Brutus the Trojan around 1100 B.C. -- and ending with Alfred in A.D. 871, the greatest of the Saxon kings.
Paperback, 264 pages
Published June 1st 1990 by Academy Chicago Publishers (first published 1982)
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A good go to source for leaders of early medieval britain
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Geoffrey Ashe is a British cultural historian, a writer of non-fiction books and novels.
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