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The Winchcombe and Coventry Chronicles: Hitherto Unnoticed Witnesses to the Work of John of Worcester

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The Winchcombe and Coventry Chronicles : Hitherto Unnoticed Witnesses to the Work of John of Worcester. / Hayward, Paul Antony.

Tempe, AZ : Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2010. 792 p. (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies; Vol. 373).

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Hayward PA. The Winchcombe and Coventry Chronicles: Hitherto Unnoticed Witnesses to the Work of John of Worcester. Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2010. 792 p. (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies).

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Hayward, Paul Antony. / The Winchcombe and Coventry Chronicles : Hitherto Unnoticed Witnesses to the Work of John of Worcester. Tempe, AZ : Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2010. 792 p. (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies).

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