Thomas N. Bisson

Thomas N. Bisson is Henry Charles Lea Professor of Medieval History, Harvard University. Among his publications are Fiscal Accounts of Catalonia under the Early Count-Kings (1151–1213) and The Medieval Crown of Aragon: A Short History.

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Cover: Tormented Voices: Power, Crisis, and Humanity in Rural Catalonia, 1140–1200Tormented Voices: Power, Crisis, and Humanity in Rural Catalonia, 1140–1200Bisson, Thomas N.PAPERBACK08/01/1998$40.00
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