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Medieval regions and their cities.

[Bloomington] Indiana University Press [1972] .
ISBN 9780253337351, 0253337356

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George Washington
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HT 115 .R86 1972b Available Request
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HT115 .R86 Available Request
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HT115.R96 M4 Available Request
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HT115 .R86 1972 Available Request
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HT115 .R86 1972b Available Request
Subjects Cities and towns -- Growth.
Cities and towns, Medieval.
Description 286 pages maps 23 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 262-280).
Contents The structure of the medieval region -- Central and southern Italy: Florence and Palermo -- Regions of north Italy: Venice and Milan -- Border regions: Augsburg, Dijon, and Cologne -- Frontier regions: Prague, Magdeburg, and Lubeck -- Northern sea regions: Ghent, London, and Dublin -- Western French regions: Paris and Toulouse -- North-western Mediterranean regions: Montepellier and Barcelona -- Three Iberian regions: Cordoba, Toledo, and Lisbon -- Two near-eastern regions: Antioch and Cairo -- The regions of Hiven Tsang's India (A.D. 629-45) -- The significance of pre-plague regions.
Geographic Area Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)333465
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Russell, Josiah Cox, 1900-
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