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Tables et index generaux des Cahiers 1 a 25 (Cahiers de Fanjeaux) (French Edition) by Jean-Louis Biget25 bis
La Papaute d'Avignon et le Languedoc: 1316-1342 (Cahiers de Fanjeaux) (French Edition)25
Papaute d'avignon et le languedoc - fanjeaux n2626
Fin du monde et signes des temps: Visionnaires et prophetes en France meridionale, fin XIIIe-debut XVe siecle (Cahiers de Fanjeaux) (French Edition)27
Le decor des eglises en France meridionale (XIIIe-milieu XVe siecle) (Cahiers de Fanjeaux) (French Edition)28
L'eglise et le droit dans le Midi, XIIIe-XIVe s (Cahiers de Fanjeaux) (French Edition)29
La cathédrale by Alain Erlande Brandenberg30
Livres et bibliothèques (XIIIe-XVe siècle)31
La predication en Pays d'Oc: XIIe-debut XVe siecle (Cahiers de Fanjeaux) (French Edition) by Fanjeaux32
La mort et l'au-dela en France meridionale, XIIe-XVe siecle (Cahiers de Fanjeaux) (French Edition)33
Evangile et evangelisme, XIIe-XIIIe siecle (Cahiers de Fanjeaux) (French Edition)34
Eglise et culture en France méridionale: XIIe-XIVe siècle (French Edition) by Fanjeaux35
L'ordre des Prêcheurs et son histoire en France méridionale by Laurent Albaret36
CAHIERS DE FANJEAUX. 37,HAGIOGRAPHIE ET CULTE DES SAINTS EN FRANCE MERIDIONALE XIIIEME SIECLE-XVEME SIECLE by Collectif37
L'anticléricalisme en France méridionale, milieu XIIe-début XIVe siècle (French Edition) by Myriam Soria Audebert38
Le Midi et le Grand Schisme d'Occident by Jean-Louis Biget39
L'Eglise au village : Lieux, formes et enjeux des pratiques religieuses by Aymat Catafau40
les ordres religieux militaires dans le midi, xii-xiv siècles by Julien Thery41
Les justices d'Eglise dans le Midi (XIe-XVe siècle) by Jacques Chiffoleau42
Famille et parenté dans la vie religieuse du Midi (XIIe-XVe siècle) by Julien Thery43
Moines et religieux dans la ville (XIIe-XVe siècle) by Julien Thery44

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Collection d'Histoire religieuse du Languedoc au Moyen Âge

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