New releases from Casemate

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Mar 26th, 2010
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Casemate Publishing have released several new historical titles.

Ancient Rome: The Rise and Fall of an Empire 753BC – AD476 by Patricia Southern
The story of the greatest empire the world has ever known from its earliest origins to its disintegration in AD 476. Covers the ‘long’ history of Ancient Rome 753BC-AD476, many histories of ‘Ancient Rome’ actually only cover a fraction of the period. Author is an acknowledged expert on Ancient Rome and has written 10 books on the subject. The only up-to-date, illustrated, one volume narrative history of Ancient Rome available.

7 x 10, 480 pages, 80 b/w illustrations, 69 color illustrations, 9781848681002, $34.95, hardback, Amberley, 2/28/2010

Henry VIII The Tudor Tyrant by Richard Rex
An accessible biography of Henry VIII by one of the country’s leading Tudor experts. Author’s last book The Tudors brilliantly received: ‘The best introduction to England’s most important dynasty’ David Starkey; ‘Vivid, entertaining and carrying its learning lightly’ Eamon Duffy. Dr Richard Rex is an acknowledged expert on the Tudors.

The future Henry VIII was born on 29 June 1491, the second son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York.

5 x 8, 240 pages, 40 b/w illustrations, 20 color illustrations, 9781848680982, $18.95, paperback, Amberley, 2/28/2010

The Early Loves Of Anne Boleyn by Josephine Wilkinson
Anne Boleyn is perhaps the most engaging of Henry VIII’s Queens. For her he would divorce his wife of some twenty years standing, he would take on the might of the Roman Church and the Holy Roman Empire; he would even alienate his own people in order to win her favor and, eventually, her hand.

But before Henry came into her life Anne Boleyn had already wandered down love’s winding path.
7 x 10, 288 pages, 30 color illustrations, 9781848684300, $29.95, hardback, Amberley, 2/28/2010

Cunard’s Three Queens A Celebration by William H Miller
‘Cunard’s Three Queens: A Celebration’ is the story in words and pictures of the current Cunard fleet. 2008 was a magical year for Cunard. For the first time, the line had three Queens in service; Queen Elizabeth 2, Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria. Queen Elizabeth 2 retired during the year, and sailed for Dubai on 11 November, while Queen Mary 2 had reached her fifth anniversary as the largest ocean liner afloat and Queen Victoria entered service.
10 x 9, 120 pages, 200 illustrations, 9781848683648, $34.95, paperback, Amberley, 2/28/2010