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Rebels, hostages and diplomats: royal women of the crusader states

Katherine Pangonis chronicles the formidable line of female rulers that shaped the crusader states of the Holy Land in the 12th century

Published: March 13, 2021 at 12:54 pm
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Katherine Pangonis, author of Queens of Jerusalem, chronicles the formidable line of female rulers that shaped the crusader states of the Holy Land in the 12th century, sharing stories of rebel princesses, diplomatic double crosses and battles for the throne.

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Katherine Pangonis is the author of Queens of Jerusalem: The Women Who Dared to Rule (Orion, 2021)


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