The History of Medieval Europe

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LIST OF GUIDES IN HISTORICAL READING
HANDBOOKS
LANGLOIS CH. V., Manuel de bibliographic historique, two parts, Paris, 1901 and 1904.
ROBINSON J. H., Readings in European History, vol. 1, Boston, 1914
THOMPSON J. W., Reference Studies in Medieval History, Chicago, 1914
ENCYCLOPÆDIAS
PAULY-WISSOWA, Realencyclopädie der classischen Altertums-wissenschaft. as yet only partially completed
Catholic Encyclopædia, New York, 1912
Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh edition
PALGRAVE, Dictionary of Political Economy, London, 1910
Jewish Encyclopædia, New York, 1901
WACE and PIERCY, Dictionary of Christian Biography, Boston, 1911
HUGHES, Encyclopædia of Islam, London, 1913

PERIODICALS
American Historical Review English Historical Review
Revue Historique Revue des Questions Historiques
Le Moyen Âge Historische Zeitschrift
STANDARD HISTORICAL WORKS CONTAINING BIBLIOGRAPHIES
GIBBON, The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, edition by J. B. Bury, 1897- 1900
Cambridge Medieval History, vols. I and II
LAVISSE E., Histoire de France, 1900- 1911
Histoire Littéraire de la France
Jahrbü?cher der deutschen Geschichte
HUNT and POOLE, Political History of England, 1905- 1910
LOSERTH J., Geschichte des Späteren Mittelalters yon 1197 his 1492, Munich and Berlin, 1903
DE M. WULF, History of Medieval Philosophy, 1909

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