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People and space in the Middle Ages, 300-1300

People and space in the Middle Ages, 300-1300

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Published by Brepols in Turnhout .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Wendy Davies, Guy Halsall and Andrew Reynolds ; with illustrations by Alex Langlands.
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Pagination[xv], 366 p., [1] leaf of pl. :
Number of Pages366
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Open LibraryOL22755889M
ISBN 109782503515267

Problèmes, comportements et mentalités du pèlerin chrétien People and Space in the Middle Ages, Perceptions of Ecclesia. Church and Soul in Medieval Dedication Sermons Performing Polity.   In a sense, this book, Illuminating Jesus in the Middle Ages, follows in the footsteps of Jesus through the Centuries. Like Pelikan’s book, it is ordered chronologically, though it concerns fewer centuries: the 6 th to the 16 th. It is specifically in the medieval time period that the book seeks to provide greater insight into how a diverse Author: Jane Beal. People and Space in the Middle Ages, - Studies in the Early Middle Ages 15 (Hardback) Wendy Davies £ Hardback.


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This book compares community definition and change in the temperate zones of southern Britain and northern France with the starkly contrasting regions of the Spanish meseta and Iceland.

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