Medieval Handbooks of Penance: A Translation of the Principal Libri Poenitentiales and Selections from Related Documents

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I. HELLENIC CIVILIZATION. By G. W. Botsford and E. G. Sihler. xiii + 719 pages. $4.50.
II. HISTORY OF THE FRANKS, BY GREGORY, BISHOP OF TOURS. Selections, translated with notes, by Ernest Brehaut. xxv + 284 pages, map. $3.50.
III. THE BOOK OF THE POPES (LIBER PONTIFICALIS). Translated with an introduction Louise Ropes Loomis. xxii + 169 pages. $3.00.
IV. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF HISTORY. By James T. Shotwell. xii + 339 pages. $4.50.
V. THE LITERATURE OF THE OLD TESTAMENT. By Julius A. Bewer. Revised edition. xiv + 464 pages. $3.00.
VI. A GUIDE TO THE PRINTED MATERIALS FOR ENGLISH SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY, 1750-1850. By Judith Blow Williams. Two volumes. xxiii + 535, v + 653 pages. $10.00.
VII. THE SEE OF PETER. By James T. Shotwell and Louise Ropes Loomis. xxvi + 737 pages. $10.00.
VIII. THE HISTORY OF YABALLAHA III. Translated from the Syriac and annotated by James A. Montgomery. ix + 82 pages. $2.00.
IX. THE TWO CITIES, BY OTTO, BISHOP OF FREISING. Translated in full with introduction and notes by Charles Christopher Mierow. xv + 523 pages. $10.00.
X. AN ARAB-SYRIAN GENTLEMAN AND WARRIOR IN THE PERIOD OF THE CRUSADES: MEMOIRS OF USAMAH IBN-MUNQIDH. Translated from the original manuscript by Philip K. Hitti. xi + 265 pages, illustrations and map. $4.5.
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XII. ON THE GOVERNMENT OF GOD: A TREATISE BY SALVIAN. Translated with an introduction by Eva M. Sanford. viii + 241 pages, illustrations. $3.75.
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XIV. THE CORRESPONDENCE OF POPE GREGORY VII: SELECTED LETTERS FROM THE REGISTRUM. Translated with an introduction by Ephraim Emerton. xxxi + 212 pages. $3.50.
XV. THE LITERATURE OF THE NEW TESTAMENT. By Ernest Findlay Scott. xiii + 312 pages. $3.00.
XVI. THE BOOK OF DELIGHT, BY JOSEPH BEN MEIR ZABARA. Translated by Moses Hadas with an introduction by Merriam Sherwood. xi + 203 pages. $3.25.
XVII. CATO THE CENSOR ON FARMING. Translated by Ernest Brehaut. xlvi+156 pages, illustrations. $3.75.
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