The World of Columbus and Sons
Used for the end of Medieval History. Highly recommended living book.
The familiar style of the series sees us viewing collective drawings of key players.
Popes get mentioned a lot in this book. Mostly because of their political power or corruptness, or both. There are also several Kings and countries within the book as well.
Depending upon the section, but yes, each section has a collective art wall.
The Admiral of the Ocean Sea himself.
Guest appearances by people like Copernicus sprinkle the entire book.
Leonardo de Vinci gets a few appearances.
As does Michelangelo.
Erasmus is also included and did you know that........
he was a contemporary and known to Martin Luther? They even exchanged letters.
This is one of those types of books that ALL libraries should have. History truly comes to life in this book.
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