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Interpreting Medieval Effigies, The Evidence from Yorkshire to 1400

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Interpreting Medieval Effigies, The Evidence from Yorkshire to 1400
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Northern History, July 2019
DOI 10.1080/0078172x.2019.1633121
Authors

Richard Knowles

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#10,809,984
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#115
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