Royal Kingdoms

Royal Kingdoms

The Castles and Cathedrals of Royal Britain

DVD - 2012
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Royal Kingdoms traces the unique relationship between the British monarchy and the country, from the ancient kingdoms of Sussex, East Anglia, Kent, and Wessex over a thousand years of turbulent history to the present day.
Publisher: Richmond Hill, Ont. : BFS Entertainment & Multimedia Ltd., [2012], c2004.
Edition: Widescreen.
Branch Call Number: 941 ROY
Characteristics: 4 videodiscs (ca. 522 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

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thebritlass
Apr 21, 2015

The title emphasizes castles and cathedrals but, in fact, this eight-hour series covers much more than just buildings. History and culture relevant to the various areas in Britain are also featured. A good blend of information and visuals, any person with an interest in history will greatly enjoy the viewing.

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Keogh
Feb 05, 2013

Very comprehensive examination of the Royal bond with areas of England, dating back over ten centuries, even before the time of the Norman Conquest. The documentaries stick generally to a region for each, looking at castles, palaces, cathedrals, and other buildings, examining the Royal story and the backdrop of English history against both the larger context of British history and the Continent. As expected, it does require your attention, but much of the material over these hours is of interest, particularly for those with an appreciation for the monarchy.

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