A World of Empires. Claiming and Assigning Imperial Authority in theHigh and Late Middle Ages (2017)
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CitationJones, C.N., Oschema, K., Mauntel, C. (2017). A World of Empires. Claiming and Assigning Imperial Authority in the High and Late Middle Ages. SAGE.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research21 - History and Archaeology::2103 - Historical Studies
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