El Cid - Soldier and Hero

By: DE VIVANC0, Maria Luisa

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El Cid  -  Soldier and Hero by DE VIVANC0, Maria Luisa Gefaell
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London: Paul Hamlyn, 1967. Publishers original pictorial boards with white lettering to spine. Small insect holes to lower edge of spine, front panel. Dustwrapper: unclipped, minor chips to corners and top and base of spine, now protected in Brodart. Patterned endpapers, no inscriptions. 137pp. plus double page spread of map in rear. Profusely illustrated with magnificent colour illustrations by Laszlo Gal. Pages clean and bright in firm binding. El Cid was a great Christian champion of eleventh century Spain, who fought battle after battle against the invading Muslims from North Africa. Respected and feared by his enemies, dearly loved by his men who followed him faithfully through all changes of fortune, his heroic deeds became a legend even in his own lifetime. As standard-bearer to the king of Castile, he was one of the most powerful men in the land, and the jealous king drove him into exile. But many others went with him. They lived by fighting, there was no other way, until at last the king had to admit he had no more loyal subject than El Cid, who even after his death won a great victory over the Muslims.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Laszlo Gal. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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