Mediaeval parliament reinterpreted by George Peddy Cuttino

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Published by Mediaeval Academy of America in Cambridge, Mass .

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StatementG.P. Cuttino.
LC ClassificationsJN515 C8
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Paginationp. 681-687.
Number of Pages687
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Open LibraryOL15412261M

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