Series: Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought

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Baptism and Change in the early Middle Ages, c. 200-c. 1150 by Peter Cramer
Barcelona and Its Rulers, 1096-1291 by Stephen P. Bensch
Dreams and Visions in the Early Middle Ages: The Reception and Use of Patristic Ideas, 400-900 by Jesse Keskiaho
Family Power in Southern Italy: The Duchy of Gaeta and its Neighbours, 850-1139 by Patricia Skinner
The Medieval Village by G. G. Coulton
Roger Bacon and the Defence of Christendom by Amanda Power
The Social Life of Hagiography in the Merovingian Kingdom by Jamie Kreiner
Bradwardine and the Pelagians by Gordon Leff4
The Lollard Bible and other medieval Biblical versions by Margaret Deanesly1920
Social life in the days of Piers Plowman by dorothy chadwick1922
Studies in church life in England under Edward III by K. L. Wood-Legh1934

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