Guidebook: Battle Abbey
Product Code: 502282
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The Battle of Hastings, 14th October 1066, was the most famous battle fought on English soil. William the Conqueror built Battle Abbey on the spot where King Harold died, and it thrived as a Benedictine abbey for over 400 years. This guide, now updated with the latest research, includes a tour of the battlefield and the imposing abbey buildings, and a history of the site, and is illustrated with full-colour maps, reconstruction drawings and historical images.
- Published 2017
- 48 pages
Author: Jonathan Coad
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