The Complete Works of Liudprand of Cremona (Medieval Texts in Translation)
CUA Press, 2007 - 296 страница
This modern English translation of all the surviving literary compositions ascribed to Liudprand, the bishop of Cremona from 962 to 972, offers unrivaled insight into society and culture in western Europe during the "iron century."
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