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Traitors' Gate: and Other Doorways to the Past

Book Description

Take a walk in time by passing through remarkable entrances of kings, saints and slaves.

Many doors have an astonishingly rich history. Over the centuries, Traitors' Gate, the notorious entry into the Tower of London, has been a gateway into a fortress, a royal palace and even a prison.

The glorious and sometimes blighted history of doorways colorfully unfolds... More
Book Information
PublisherAnnick Press Limited
BindingPaperback (3 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages112
Publication Date08/22/2008
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About Claire Eamer (Author) : Claire Eamer is a writer of both non-fiction and fiction for kids and adults. She also does school presentations and writing workshops. Her kids' books include her latest book, Lizards in the Sky: An... more
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