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Book review: Count Bohemond, by Alfred Duggan

Bohemond was the nickname that Robert Guiscard gave to his eldest son, Mark, because of his size. (Bohemond was a legendary giant.) Like his namesake, Bohemond grew up to be of huge stature and strength and a famous warrior. He was one of the principal leaders of the First Crusade and that is the centrepiece of this novel. [More]

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