Richard The First
Description of the Book
One of England’s greatest kings who almost never set foot in this country, Richard I is remembered in history through his history as Richard the Lionheart, the main reason for the war, and his incredible military victories. , both in Europe and in the European invasions (known as the Crusades) that opposed Islamic aggression against Christian lands in the Middle East.
Richard was made King of England in 1189, Richard was actually French, and ruled in Normandy as Richard IV, as well as the supreme ruler of many parts of France. However, his Muslim enemies called him Malek al-Inkita – “King of England”.
This amazing story begins with the fascinating story of his mother, and how when Richard was 16 years old, he was the captain of his army, putting a rebellion in Poitou against his father, King Henry II. However, his greatest military exploits came as a general during the Third Crusade, where he led a Christian offensive against his Muslim counterpart, Saladin.
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About the Author
Abbott graduated from Bowdoin College in 1820. At some point during his years there, he is said to have added a second “t” to his surname, to avoid being “Jacob Abbot the 3rd” (he was although one source says he didn’t actually start signing his name with two t’s until many years later).
Abbott studied at Andover Theological Seminary in 1821, 1822, and 1824. He taught at Portland Academy and was a lecturer at Amherst College the next year.
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