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King Arthur's Death
This edition-with contextualizing introductions, helpful glosses, plentiful notes, and useful glossary-comprises a great introduction to Middle English Arthuriana for students of the Middle Ages.


Paperback    £19.50
9781879288386 | Published: 1994
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The King of Tars
The King of Tars, an early Middle English romance (ca. 1330 or earlier), emphasizes ideas about race, gender, and religion. A short poem, its purpose is to celebrate the power of Christianity, and yet it defies classification.


Paperback    £12.00
9781580442046 | Published: 2015
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The Kingis Quair and Other Prison Poems
Reflects the wide scope of these "prison poems" by bringing together a new edition of "The Kingis Quair," a selection from Charles d'Orleans' "Fortunes Stabilnes," a poem by George Ashby, who was imprisoned in London's Fleet prison, and the poems of two other poets, both anonymous, who wrote about physical and/or emotional imprisonment.


Paperback    £15.50
9781580440936 | Published: 2005
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Kinimatografoi tou oneirou

New York-based Theo Kalomirakis is the leading creator of opulent home theatres and one-of-a-kind entertainment environments. This book includes fifteen of these incredible spaces with superb colour photographs and descriptions of the technology that make this revolution in entertainment and design possible. Greek language text. 200+ colour illustrations.




Hardback    £55.00
9789607037442 | Published: 2005
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Kom el-Hisn (ca. 2500 - 1900 BC)


This volume presents the findings of the excavation at Kom el-Hisn in the northwest Nile Delta. This provincial community was often in the orbit of Memphis, the capital and administrative centre of Egypt's Old Kingdom Period. Kom el-Hisn's faunal, floral, lithic and architectural remains are presented and discussed in detail.





Hardback    £90.00
9781937040536 | Published: 2016
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L'Eugene


Eugène, is a comedy satirizing the clergy, one of three plays by Étienne Jodelle, a French 16th-century dramatist and poet.  Text, introduction and notes are all in French.





Paperback    £20.00
9780859892131 | Published: 1987
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Ladies, Whores, and Holy Women
This sourcebook presents editions and translations of seven 14th- and 15th-century texts that advance our understanding of gender, sexuality, and class in the late medieval German-speaking world. Three of the translated texts are fiction. Additionally, there is a religious treatise, a religious legend, an inventory of books, and a legal document.


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9781580441513 | Published: 2010
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Lake Titicaca
Lake Titicaca - the world's highest navigable lake - was home to some of the greatest civilizations in the ancient world. This lavishly illustrated book provides an indispensable guide for any visitor who has an interest in archaeology, history and culture, and for any reader wnating to know more about this fascinating place.


Paperback    £35.00
9781931745826 | Published: 2011
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Lancelot of the Laik and Sir Tristrem
This new edition makes available to students of English romance and of the Matter of Britain two significant Middle English Arthurian romances. With introductions, glosses, notes, and glossary, a very accessible edition for students.


Paperback    £19.50
9781879288508 | Published: 1994
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Land Tenure, Fiscal Policy and Imperial Policy in Medieval Syro-Egypt


This book aims to examine the structural changes in the state and society in Mamluk Egypt and Syria after the middle of the eighth/fourteenth century. Between 648/1250 and 922/1517, the Mamluk sultanate ruled Egypt, Syria, and the Hijaz, the central Middle East.





Hardback    £57.00
9780970819994 | Published: 2015
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