You have no items in your shopping cart.

Product was successfully added to your shopping cart.
Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem

Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem


(In stock)

  • Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem

Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem

Availability: In stock



Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem

Richard the Lionheart, the Crusades and the Battle for the Holy Land Saladin is a legendary figure in the history of the Middle East. His rise to prominence in the tumultuous arena of twelfth-century Middle Eastern politics was rapid and he quickly established himself as an intrepid statesman as well as a formidable military commander of great skill, but equally a man of honour. This detailed biography of Saladin, and history of his life and times, was written by the eminent historian Stanley Lane-Poole, who was able to access the rich and colourful chronicles of Arab historians, which provide us with a brilliant insight into the life and deeds of this warrior-monarch. Based on a lifetime of study, Saladin and the Fall of Jersusalem examines Saladin’s youth, his military development, his conquest of Egypt and Syria, the Holy War against the crusaders and, crucially, his duel with Richard the Lionheart, including the struggle over Acre and, of course, the fall of Jerusalem.

Additional Information

SKU 9781848328747
Weight 655.0000
Book By Language English
Pages 287
Size cm 16x23
Note No
Translator No
Script No
Author Stanley Lane-Poole
Publisher/Manufaturer Frontline Books
Select Publisher/Manfacturer Miscellaneous Publishers
Amazon Short Description Brand New! Fast Delivery! 100% Satisfaction !
Packaging No
Shelf Location No
Shelf Location 2 No
  1. Be the first to review this product

Write Your Own Review

How do you rate this product? *

  1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars

Also Purchased