KNIGHTOLOGY

KNIGHTOLOGY

Book - 2017
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Random House, Inc.
What does it really take to be a knight? Peruse this lavish novelty volume and be surprised.

From the secret order of Round Table Knights comes a tell-all guide to the mythical occupation of knighthood — its history, mysterious quests, and puzzles that live on to this day. Inspired by the life of a most exemplary knight, this fascinating book explores the art of mastering sword and lance, the essential (and prohibitively expensive) war-horse, the ins and outs of a castle that a knight might defend, and the skills needed to prevail in a jousting tournament, with all its pageantry. No investigation of knighthood would be complete without a look at the Crusades, and a celebration of legendary knights such as King Arthur, Sir Lancelot, and Sir Gawain, plus vaunted icons such as Excalibur and the Holy Grail. In true 'Ology fashion, this tip of the lance to a noble (and misunderstood) profession offers a variety of interactive flaps and other novelties to keep young squires fully entertained.

Baker & Taylor
A lavishly designed novelty book introducing the mythical world of medieval knights includes coverage of subjects ranging from skills and gear to the Crusades and the stories of such legendary figures as King Arthur, Sir Lancelot and Sir Gawain.

Baker
& Taylor

Introduces the world of medieval knights in the form of a guide for knights-in-training, covering such topics as jousting, swordplay, castles, and the Crusades.

Publisher: Candlewick Pr 2017
ISBN: 9780763698485
0763698482

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