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Armies of Pestilence

Armies of Pestilence:

The Impact of Disease on History

By R.S. Bray

Aimed at the general reader, this is an absorbing and accessible account of the effects of disease and pandemics on human history, from the ancient to the modern world.

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ISBN: 9780227172407
Church and People in an Industrial City

Church and People in an Industrial City

By Edward R. Wickham

An investigation, both historical and sociological, of Sheffield in the vital years of its industrial growth in the 19th Century, and of the plans and practice of organised religion in the city at that time.

Series: Library of Ecclesiastical History

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ISBN: 9780227171387

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ISBN: 9780227171370


Saint and Statesman

By Douglas Dales

The first major biography of the 10th century churchman who was Archbishop of Canterbury for twenty-eight years. Dunstan's achievements are set against the social and religious background of the day.

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ISBN: 9780227173923

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ISBN: 9780227900819
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Encyclopedia of the Early Church

Encyclopedia of the Early Church:

Two Volume Set

By Angelo di Berardino

The definitive work of reference on the early Christian Church and the patristic period to the 7th century.

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ISBN: 9780227679388
The Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages

The Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages:

Two Volume Set

By André Vauchez (Editor)

A complete synthesis of knowledge of the entire medieval period from the 5th century to the 15th. A major work of reference for scholars and libraries, these two volumes offer a wealth of information available from no other single source.

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ISBN: 9780227679319
English Classical Scholarship

English Classical Scholarship:

Historical Reflections on Bentley, Porson and Housman

By C.O. Brink

An authoritative study of the development of English classical scholarship from the 16th century to the 20th, concentrating on the three giants in the field: Richard Bentley, Richard Porson, and A.E. Housman.

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ISBN: 9780227172995

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ISBN: 9780227900017
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A Foreign and Wicked Institution?

A Foreign and Wicked Institution?:

The Campaign Against Convents in Victorian England

By Rene Kollar

An examination of the development of Catholic and Anglican female religious orders in nineteenth-century Britain, and the religious and cultural prejudices that they had to overcome.

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ISBN: 9780227679920

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ISBN: 9780227903117
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The Hall of Light

The Hall of Light:

A Study of Early Chinese Kingship

By William Edward Soothill

The culmination of life-long study and research by a leading British sinologist, this book covers traditional Chinese monarchy, religion, worship, ritual, sacrifices, customs, and all aspects of early Chinese culture.

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ISBN: 9780227171240

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ISBN: 9780227171233
Henry VIII's Bishops

Henry VIII's Bishops:

Diplomats, Administrators, Scholars and Shepherds

By Andrew Allan Chibi

A comprehensive study of a diverse and interesting group of individuals who had a profound influence on both king and country in the early modern period.

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ISBN: 9780227679760
Image Government

Image Government:

Monarchical Metamorphoses in English Literature and Art, 1649–1702

By T.R. Langley

An examination of the art of political 'spin' in late 17th century England, and how art and literature reflected the changing ideologies of the Stuart era and were used to manipulate political opinion.

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ISBN: 9780227679630
The Independent Methodists

The Independent Methodists:

A History

By John Dolan

The definitive history of Independent Methodism, from its beginnings in the 1790s to the present day.

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ISBN: 9780227679838
Padua and the Tudors

Padua and the Tudors:

English Students in Italy 1485–1603

By Jonathan Woolfson

Through the careers of the English scholars who studied in Renaissance Padua, this book shows how the intellectual developments that flowered in that city influenced Tudor England in profound, enduring, and sometimes surprising ways.

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ISBN: 9780227679425
Patriotism, Power and Print

Patriotism, Power and Print:

National Consciousness in Tudor England

By Gillian Brennan

A masterly study of national consciousness, language and literature in 16th century England, exploring the nature of patriotism, the different modes of cultural expression it finds, and its use in political and religious propaganda.

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ISBN: 9780227679623