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David Crouch


Born
in Cardiff, Wales, The United Kingdom
October 31, 1953

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David Bruce Crouch, FRHistS, FBA, was Professor of Medieval History at the University of Hull, where he taught from 2003 until his retirement in 2018.

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William Marshal: Knighthood...

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Almost Perfekt: How Sweden ...

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The Reign of King Stephen, ...

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Tournament

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The Normans: The History of...

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The Birth of Nobility: Cons...

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The Beaumont Twins: The Roo...

4.36 avg rating — 11 ratings — published 1986 — 3 editions
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Medieval Britain, c.1000-1500

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The Allotment: Its Landscap...

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Visual Culture and Tourism

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“This is the importance of the Irish problem for Marshal. It tested his capacity as not other episode of his life. He had to fend off the king with one hand & preserve his lordship in Leinster with the other. Here we find the first signs that the man had some streak of greatness in him; that he was more than a simpering courtier. In the Leinster years we discover why the Marshal came in the end to rule England.”
David Crouch, William Marshal: Knighthood, War and Chivalry, 1147-1219



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