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Kolbaba, Tia M.: Inventing Latin Heretics. Byzantines and the Filioque in the Ninth Century. Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University, 2008. First edition. 8vo., pp. viii, 206. Red faux-calf, gilt title to spine. Near fine. Dust-jacket very mildly shelf-worn, near fine. Medieval Institute Publications is a program of The Medieval Institute, College of Arts and Sciences, Western Michigan University.   Ref: 51862 
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Laborde, E. D.: Byrhtnoth and Maldon. London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1936. First edition. 8vo., pp. viii, 166. Cloth, gilt-lettered, spine faded, edges dusted, very good. Ex Libris bookplate of G. E. Selby to front paste-down, ownership inscription of 'E. D. J. Dixon. 1977' to f f.f.e.p. verso, two newspaper articles about the book stuck to f.f.e.p.,   Ref: 49151 
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Lapidge, Michael (ed.): Anglo Saxon England 31. Cambridge University Press, 2002. First edition. 8vo, pp. ix, 368. Cloth, gilt-lettered and decorated, small remainder mark to edge, otherwise as new.   Ref: 49045 
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Lapidge, Michael, et al. (ed.): Anglo Saxon England 33. Cambridge University Press, 2004. First edition. 8vo., pp. x, 393. Cloth, gilt-lettered and decorated, edges lightly dusted, small remainder mark to edge.   Ref: 49024 
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Lipman, V.D.: (Habermann, A.M., ed.:) The Jews of Medieval Norwich. With an Appendix of Latin Documents from the Westminster Abbey Muniment Room; and the Hebrew Poems of Meir of Norwich. London: The Jewish Historical Society of England, 1967. First edition. 8vo., pp. ix, [i], 355, [iv], 45 + frontispiece and 1 further double-sided plate, + fold-out map. Other illustrations in the text. Green cloth, gilt title to spine. Top edge a little dusty, very good. Dust-jacket spine toned and slightly shelf-worn but still very good. 'In the Muniment Room of Westminster Abbey there have survived nearly two hundred documents, in Hebrew or Latin, on the social and economic life of the Jews in Norwich in the thirteenth century - far more than for any other medieval Anglo-Jewish community. These Norwich documents have never been analysed before and the author has used them and a mass of other contemporary material to produce a study in depth of this Jewish community'.   Ref: 51858 
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Little, Lester K.: Benedictine Maledictions: Liturgical Cursing in Romanesque France. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1993. First edition. 8vo., pp. xx, 296, [ii]. Red cloth, black title to spine. Slight crease to head of spine, near fine. Very light shelf-wear to dust-jacket, near fine. '[...] Lester K. Little reconstructs and explores the phenomenon of officially sanctioned religious cursing in medieval Europe. He focuses on a church service, called in Latin either clamor or maledictio, used by monastic communities (primarily in Francia) between approximately 990 and 1250.'   Ref: 51859 
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Machiavelli, Niccolo: (Byerley, J. Scott, ed.:) The Prince, From the Original Italian [...]: To Which is Prefixed an Introduction, Shewing the Close Analogy Between the Principles of Machiavelli and the Actions of Buonaparte. London: Sherwood, Neeley and Jones, 1815. Second edition. 8vo., pp. [ii], xii, xcv, [i], 211, [ix]. Publisher's catalogue to rear. A little sporadic foxing. Publisher's blue paper-covered boards, somewhat clumsily rebacked in dark brown sheep with paper label to spine. Worn, most of spine surface lost but binding holding firm. A good copy. Several ownership inscriptions to front paste-down: O.H.T. Dudley, 1899; R.H.D. Young; S.C.R. Parker, Sept. 1939. First edition thus originally published in 1810.   Ref: 51215 
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Mitterauer, Michael: (Chapple, Gerald, trans.:) Why Europe? The Medieval Origins of its Special Path. University of Chicago Press, 2010. 8vo., pp. xxiv, 406. Cream cloth, red title to spine. Headcap a little creased but still very good indeed overall.   Ref: 51622 
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Morris, Rupert H: Chester in the Plantagenet and Tudor Reigns. Printed for the Author, n.d (1893?) 4to., pp. 583 + index. Illustration of Richard the Second frontispiece. 39 Illustrations throughout. A little spotting, not affecting text. Original red cloth, leather label, gold lettering to spine. Extremities bumped and frayed, a little soiled, label rubbed. Ownership inscriptions of Paul Slack and an Alan Bennett to f.f.e.p, and booksellers notes in pencil to paste down.   Ref: 37922  show full image..
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Mosse, Fernand: Histoire de la Forme Periphrastique Etre + Participe Present en Germanique. Premiere Partie: Introduction Ancien Germanique - Vieil Anglais. Paris: Librairie C. Klinksieck, 1938. 8vo. Green cloth gilt, slight tape residue to spine. Library blind- and inked stamps throughout.   Ref: 30983 
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