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Aspects of power and authority in the Middle Ages.


Aspects of power and authority in the Middle Ages.

Ed. by Brenda Bolton and Christine Meek.

Brepols Publishers


349 pages



International medieval research; 14


Medievalists explore how the exercise of and justification for political power was portrayed in Medieval Europe. Their topics include image-making for conquerors of English Cnut and William I, the queen consort in late-Medieval Portugal, and Caesarius of Heisterbach and the Livonian Crusade. No index is provided. Distributed in North America by The David Brown Book Company.

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