Series: The Peasants of Languedoc

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Les Paysans du Languedoc. 1 by Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie1
The Peasants of Languedoc by Emmanuel Le Roy Laduriecombined
Les Paysans du Languedoc. 2 by Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie2

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  1. Carnival in Romans by Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie (1979)
  2. French Rural History: An Essay on Its Basic Characteristics by Marc Bloch (1931)
  3. Montaillou : Cathars and Catholics in a French village, 1294-1324 by Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie (1978)
  4. Society and Culture in Early Modern France: Eight Essays by Natalie Zemon Davis (1975)
  5. Feudal Society, Volume 1: The Growth of Ties of Dependence by Marc Bloch (1961)
  6. The Three Orders: Feudal Society Imagined by Georges Duby (1978)
  7. Rural Economy and Country Life in the Medieval West by Georges Duby (1962)
  8. The Early Growth of European Economy: Warriors and Peasants from the Seventh to the Twelfth Centuries by Georges Duby (1973)
  9. Time, Work, and Culture in the Middle Ages by Jacques Le Goff (1977)
  10. The Society of Renaissance Florence: A Documentary Study by Gene A. Brucker (1971)
  11. The Revolution of 1525: The German Peasants' War from a New Perspective by Peter Blickle (1981)
  12. The Identity of France: History and Environment by Fernand Braudel (1986)
  13. The Problem of Unbelief in the 16th Century: The Religion of Rabelais by Lucien Febvre (1942)
  14. The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Philip II, Vol. 1 by Fernand Braudel (1975)
  15. Love, Death and Money in the Pays d'Oc (Peregrine Books) by Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie (1980)

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