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The first edition of this work was received as an authoritative introduction to medieval thought for historians. The book is now issued in a second edition incorporating, besides revisions of detail, an extensive Supplementary Bibliography of recent primary and secondary scholarship and a new concluding chapter which critically surveys and sets in context the implications of the latest research. The text and apparatuses will thus continue to equip readers with a clear overview of the state of the question in a field whose current vigour testifies to its contemporary importance in European intellectual culture.
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Michael Haren hasa Research Appointment in Irish Manuscripts Commission and is a Lecturer in History, University College, Dublin.
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Book Description St. Martin's Press, 1985. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG0312528167
Book Description St. Martin's Press, New York, 1985. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good-. Dust Jacket Condition: Good+. Black hardcover suffers bumping to top and bottom edges, but is otherwise in very good condition with tight binding and unmarked text. Peach colored dust jacket suffers fading to spine as well as mild edgewear. Ex-library with usual markings, appears unread. 269 pp. Seller Inventory # 011385
Book Description St. Martin's Press, (1985)., New York:, 1985. 8vo. x, 269 pp. 6 plates, bibliographies, index. Black paper-backed boards, gilt-stamped spine, dust-jacket; lower edges slightly rubbed. Ownership signature. RARE in cloth with jacket. Near fine in fine jacket. ISBN: 0312528167. Seller Inventory # S10496