Saints and Sainthood around the Baltic Sea: Identity, Literacy, and Communication in the Middle Ages

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Saints and Sainthood around the Baltic Sea : Identity, Literacy, and Communication in the Middle Ages. / Jensen, Carsten Selch (Redaktør); Petersen, Nils Holger (Redaktør); Jensen, Kurt Villads (Redaktør); Lehtonen, Tuomas M. S. (Redaktør); Sands, Tracey R. (Redaktør).

Medieval Institute Publications, 2018. (Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Culture).

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Jensen, CS, Petersen, NH, Jensen, KV, Lehtonen, TMS & Sands, TR (red) 2018, Saints and Sainthood around the Baltic Sea: Identity, Literacy, and Communication in the Middle Ages. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Culture, bind LIV, Medieval Institute Publications.

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Jensen, C. S., Petersen, N. H., Jensen, K. V., Lehtonen, T. M. S., & Sands, T. R. (red.) (2018). Saints and Sainthood around the Baltic Sea: Identity, Literacy, and Communication in the Middle Ages. Medieval Institute Publications. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Culture

Vancouver

Jensen CS, (ed.), Petersen NH, (ed.), Jensen KV, (ed.), Lehtonen TMS, (ed.), Sands TR, (ed.). Saints and Sainthood around the Baltic Sea: Identity, Literacy, and Communication in the Middle Ages. Medieval Institute Publications, 2018. (Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Culture).

Author

Jensen, Carsten Selch (Redaktør) ; Petersen, Nils Holger (Redaktør) ; Jensen, Kurt Villads (Redaktør) ; Lehtonen, Tuomas M. S. (Redaktør) ; Sands, Tracey R. (Redaktør). / Saints and Sainthood around the Baltic Sea : Identity, Literacy, and Communication in the Middle Ages. Medieval Institute Publications, 2018. (Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Culture).

Bibtex

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