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Cover: A Lakota War Book from the Little Bighorn: The Pictographic A Lakota War Book from the Little Bighorn: The Pictographic "Autobiography of Half Moon"McLaughlin, CastlePAPERBACK12/23/2013$50.00
Cover: Ambrosiana at Harvard: New Sources of Milanese ChantAmbrosiana at Harvard: New Sources of Milanese ChantKelly, Thomas Forrest
Mugmon, Matthew
PAPERBACK08/30/2010$35.00
Cover: Leaves from Paradise: The Cult of John the Evangelist at the Dominican Convent of Paradies bei SoestLeaves from Paradise: The Cult of John the Evangelist at the Dominican Convent of Paradies bei SoestHamburger, Jeffrey F.PAPERBACK11/30/2008$35.00
Cover: A Garland of Satire, Wisdom, and History: Latin Verse from Twelfth-Century France (Carmina Houghtoniensia)A Garland of Satire, Wisdom, and History: Latin Verse from Twelfth-Century France (Carmina Houghtoniensia)Ziolkowski, Jan M.
Balint, Bridget K.
PAPERBACK01/30/2008$35.00
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