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Survival and Discord in Medieval Society: Essays in Honour of Christopher Dyer. Edited by Richard Goddard, John Langdon, and Miriam Müller. The Medieval Countryside, 4. Turnhout Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2010. Pp. viii, 306. € 70.00


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  • Given, James, 2011. "Survival and Discord in Medieval Society: Essays in Honour of Christopher Dyer. Edited by Richard Goddard, John Langdon, and Miriam Müller. The Medieval Countryside, 4. Turnhout Belgium: Brepols Publi," The Journal of Economic History, Cambridge University Press, vol. 71(03), pages 804-806, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:cup:jechis:v:71:y:2011:i:03:p:804-806_00

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