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Comba, Emilio: (Comba, Teofilo E., trans.:) History of the Waldenses of Italy, From Their Origin to the Reformation. London: Truslove & Shirley, 1889. First edition. 8vo., pp. [viii], 357, [i]. Fore-edge slightly foxed, else a very good copy. Green cloth, gilt title to spine and upper board, head and foot of spine bumped, but still very good. Bibliografia Valdese lists the Italian editon only.   Ref: 53489 
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Coulton, G. G.: Art and the Reformation. Cambridge University Press, 1953. 8vo, pp. xxii, 622 + illustrated frontispiece and illustrations. A very good copy. Blue cloth, title gilt to spine, a bit faded, but still very good. Second edition. First printed in 1928.   Ref: 53479 
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Coulton, G. G.: Five Centuries of Religion. Cambridge University Press, 1929. 4 vols. 8vo, pp. xlv, [1], 578 + 24 plates and illustrations; pp. xxx, 703, [1] + 6 plates; pp. li, [1], 747, [1] + 8 plates; pp. xv, [1], 831, [1] + illustrated frontispieces. Fore-edge a bit spotted, outer edges of vol. II unopened, but very good copies. Blue cloth, title gilt to spine, vols II-IV with dust-jackets, somewhat browned, extremities worn on vols II-III, but still perfectly acceptable. Second edition.   Ref: 53464 
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Coulton, G. G.: Medieval Panorama. The English scene from Conquest to Reformation. Cambridge University Press, 1938. 8vo, pp. xiv, 801, [1] + 8 plates and illustrations. A very good copy. Green cloth, design stamped in blue to upper cover, title stamped in blue to spine. Dust-jacket, very good. First edition, one of three printed in the same year (one in New York, the other in London); priority has not been established.   Ref: 53471 
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Coulton, G. G.: Social Life in Britain. From the Conquest to the Reformation. Cambridge University Press, 1956. 8vo, pp. xx, 566 + illustrated frontispiece and 44 plates. Fore-edge slightly foxed, else a very good copy. Blue cloth, title gilt to spine. Dust-jacket, a bit dusty, small traces of glue to lower cover, but still very good. Fifth edition. First printed in 1918.   Ref: 53480 
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Crawford, Michael J.: The Fight for Status and Privilege in Late Medieval and Early Modern Castile, 14651598. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press, 2014. 8vo., pp. 256. 8 b/w illustrations, 2 maps. Hardback. Dust-jacket. New: unopened in publisher's shrink-wrap.   Ref: 53375 
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D'Arras, Jean: (Maddox, Donald & Sturm-Maddox, Sara, trans. & intro.:) Melusine; or, The Noble History of Lusignan. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press, 2012. 8vo., pp. 264. 2 maps. Hardback. Dust-jacket. New: unopened in publisher's shrink-wrap.   Ref: 53373 
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Dance, Richard: Words Derived from Old Norse in Early Middle English: Studies in the Vocabulary of The South-West Midland Texts. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, 2003. 8vo., pp. 568. Hardback. Dust-jacket. New: unopened in publisher's shrink-wrap.   Ref: 53389 
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De Beka, Johannes & Heda, Wilhelmus De Episcopis Ultraiectinis, recogniti et notis historicis, recogniti et notis historicis illustrati ab Arn. Buchelio Batavo I.C. Utraiecti [Utrecht]: ex officina Ioannis a Doorn, 1642-43 First edition. Folio. 3 parts in 1. pp. [10], 191, [14], [1] + engraved frontispiece and double-page engraved map of Utrecht; pp. [4], 331, [1], 12, [32]; pp. [8], 180, [36], with occasional text engravings of ancient coins, or woodcuts of seals, woodcut initials. Edges dusty, very slight toning, small paper flaw to lower blank margin of [*]9, small tear to lower blank margin of K5. Contemporary polished vellum, title inked to spine, dust-soiled. Modern ex-libris of I.J.G. A generally clean copy of the first edition of these famous Dutch medieval chronicles, illustrated by a handsome, double-page engraved map of the provinces. Known as the 'Heda and Beka', they were first published by Suffridus Petri in 1612. Arnoldus Buchelius (1565-1641) worked painstakingly on editing the texts anew, leaving an unfinished manuscript upon his death; his work was finalised by L. van Waveren. The first part provides Johannes de Beka's 14th-century account of the early history of the Netherlands to 1393, with appendixes by later scholars to the year 1456. The second part is Wilhelmus Heda's (d.1525) account of the history of the bishops of Utrecht, with a life of Heda himself. The third features Lambertus Hortensius's 16th-century chronicle of Utrecht, with a life of the author and the text of Pope Clement VII's confirmation of the submission of the province of Utrecht to the Emperor Charles V. Bib. Hist. Neerl. II, 106; NNBW X, cols 39-40.   Ref: 53341  show full image..
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De Gretham, Robert: (Blumreich, Kathleen Marie, ed.:) The Middle English "Mirror": An Edition Based on Bodleian Library, MS Holkham misc. 40. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, 2002. 8vo., pp. xlv, 558. Hardback: green cloth, gilt-lettered. Dust-jacket. A little shelf-wear to corners and edges but clean and unread: very good. With an Introduction and Glossary by the editor.   Ref: 53390 
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