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Review: Women in the Middle AgesUser Review - Goodreads
Great look at women in the Middle Ages. The book works because of its two section. The first is a general introduction and the second takes a look at women of various classes, usually focusing on one or two women, sometimes more. Readable.
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Review: Women in the Middle AgesUser Review - Kimberly - Goodreads
“Women in Middle Ages” is very interesting and useful especially when you make a study about it and what it feels like to be the women in middle ages. In this book you will meet some people/women that ... Read full review
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