2 edition of Some reflections of a medieval criminologist. found in the catalog.
Some reflections of a medieval criminologist.
Ralph Bernard Pugh
|Series||The Raleigh lecture on history, British Academy 1973|
|LC Classifications||HV6943 A35 P84|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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The topics covered in this volume, addressing fundamental concerns of the premodern world, deal with. This volume of essays contains contributions from a very wide range of British, American and Spanish scholars.
Its primary concern is the relationships between the various ethnic, cultural, regional, and religious communities that co-existed in the Iberian peninsula in the later Middle Ages.
The study of French history of the late Middle Ages has advanced on many fronts in the past generation. It has benefited from a growing under-standing of the variety of sources which contribute to a fuller appreciation of any country's history, how such sources may be used to best advantage, and from a growing discourse between specialisms which has led to a broadening of scholarly horizons.
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