Horrible Histories Dark Knights & Dingy Castles
Product Code: 01467
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History with the nasty bits left in! Dark Knights and Dingy Castles takes you charging back to the days of chivalry, when knights clanked about in shining armour waving weird weapons, peasants cleaned up the mess afterwards, and everyone lived in dark, dingy, horrible homes.
Want to know why one nutty knight chopped off his own finger, the revolting truth about a gong-farmer's job and what went on in gruesome castle garderobes? Read on and find out about dreadful dungeons, cruel crusaders, ghastly ghosts that haunt creepy British castles and the most famous man-in-a-can of all, Saint George. History has never been so horrible!
- 176 pages
- First published in 1997
Size: Approx. 135 mm (w) x 215 mm (h)
Author: Terry Deary
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