Barbero, Alessandro - Charlemagne: Father of a Continent - ( Item 114866 )
Published in London by Folio Society. 2009. Reprint. Fine Hardback. No inscriptions or bookplates. No slipcase. On the eve of the ninth century AD, a pope who had fled his enemies in Rome, threw himself on the mercy of a barbarian king. At his death in 814, his dominions stretched from Italy to Denmark and from Serbia to Spain. The generation who outlived him would name him 'the Great' - an accolade which stuck, so that today we know him as Charlemagne.
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