Edward III By Ian Mortimer

Edward III was one of England’sand arguably the world’smost influential kings. Reigning for over fifty years in the fourteenth century, he left an mark on the justice system, art and architecture, military significance, and language of the country. Here, noted historian Ian Mortimer provides a penetrating and insightful look into his life.


Ian Mortimer

Ian Mortimer is a British historian and historical fiction author. He holds a PhD from the University of Exeter and a Master’s degree from the University of London, and is currently a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. He is the author of the Sunday Times best-selling book The Time Traveler’s Guide to Medieval England, as well as detailed biographies of Roger Mortimer, First Earl of March, Edward III, Henry IV, and Henry V. He is well known for developing and promoting the theory that Edward II did not meet his end in Berkeley Castle in 1327, as is held by conventional theory. His historical fiction novel, the first book in the Clarenceux Trilogy, was published under the alias of James Forrester.

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