The Making of the Slavs: History and Archaeology of the Lower Danube Region, c. 500-700

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Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought
Fourth series

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1 The Beaumont Twins: The Roots and Branches of Power in the Twelfth Century D. B. CROUCH

2 The Thought of Gregory the Great* G. R. EVANS

3 The Government of England Under Henry I* JUDITH A. GREEN

4 Charity and Community in Medieval Cambridge MIRI RUBIN

5 Autonomy and Community: The Royal Manor of Havering, 1200–1500 MARJORIE KENISTON MCINTOSH

6 The Political Thought of Baldus de Ubaldis JOSEPH CANNING

7 Land and Power in Late Medieval Ferrara: The Rule of the Este, 1350–1450 TREVOR DEAN

8 William of Tyre: Historian of the Latin East* PETER W. EDBURY AND JOHN GORDON ROWS

9 The Royal Saints of Anglo-Saxon England: A Study of West Saxon and East Anglian Cults SUSAN J. RIDYARD

10 John of Wales: A Study of the Works and Ideas of a Thirteenth-Century Friar JENNY SWANSON

11 Richard III: A Study of Service* ROSEMARY HORROX

12 A Marginal Economy? East Anglian Breckland in the Later Middle Ages MARK BAILEY

13 Clement VI: The Pontificate and Ideas of an Avignon Pope DIANA WOOD

14 Hagiography and the Cult of Saints: The Diocese of Orléans, 800–1200 THOMAS HEAD

15 Kings and Lords in Conquest England ROBIN FLEMING

16 Council and Hierarchy: The Political Thought of William Durant the Younger CONSTANTIN FASOLT

17 Warfare in the Latin East, 1192–1291* CHRISTOPHER MARSHALL

18 Province and Empire: Brittany and the Carolingians JULIA M. H. SMITH

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