An epic novel of breathtaking scope, "The Lords of Navarre" is
skillfully conceived and masterfully written. It traces a Basque
family's history from the last Ice Age to the present, an untold
story of a people still speaking the haunting voices of its
Lacambra-Loizu weaves a compelling chronicle of successive
generations of Basque warlords who settle in the western Pyrenean
uplands. Over the course of centuries, their destinies and fortunes
become intertwined with those of Julius Caesar, Charlemagne,
Eleanor of Aquitaine, Richard the Lionheart, the Black Prince,
Sancho "el Fuerte," Cesare Borgia, and Ferdinand and Isabel of
"The Lords of Navarre" is an authoritative, meticulously
researched account of the Basques, their lives as early hunters and
farmers, the dawning of Christianity in their land, their fierce
battles to fend off Celts, Romans, Franks, Moors and Castilians
from their beloved highlands.
|Country of origin:
Josi Maria Lacambra-Loizu
• Jose Maria Lacambra-Loizu
||229 x 152 x 29mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Sewn / Cloth over boards / With dust jacket
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