|Statement||by Edward Marston.|
|Series||The Domesday books ;, v. 3|
|LC Classifications||PR6063.A695 D73 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||242 p. :|
|Number of Pages||242|
|LC Control Number||95009475|
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The dragons of Archenfield by Edward Marston; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Domesday book, Fiction, Gervase Bret (Fictitious character), Ralph Delchard (Fictitious character), Middle Ages, History, Eleventh century; Places: Great Britain, Herefordshire (England); Times: William I, . The Dragons of Archenfield (Domesday - 3) Edward Marston Edward Marston The Dragons of Archenfield Their Lord they will praise, Their speech they will keep, Their land they will lose, Except Wild Wales. — TALIESIN Prologue He was coming down the hill when they struck. The ambush was so sudden and so unexpected that it threw him into a complete panic.4/5(32). The Dragons of Archenfield (Domesday Series Book 3) Edward Marston. 56 Published: ; Read online The Dragons of Archenfield d-3 Part #3 of "Domesday" series by Edward Marston. 51 Published: ; Read online. Book Titles Search. Select the first letter Recommend this book The frontier zone of Archenfield in Herefordshire is a no-man's-land, which acts as a bulwark between Norman-controlled English soil, and the Welsh border. Soldier Ralph Delchard and lawyer Gervase Bret arrive in Hereford for what looks like one of their more straightforward assignments from the crown, to settle conflicting claims to land in Archenfield.