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The Inquisition in Early Modern Europe: Studies on Sources and Methods

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The ten essays that comprise this volume describe and analyze archival sources on the Inquisition in southern Europe. The work of inter¬nationally prominent scholars, the essays provide a rich resource for students of the Inquisition and establish a significant overview of the social history of the period. The essays include Gustav Henningsen and John Tedeschi's introducti ...more
Hardcover, 254 pages
Published July 1st 1986 by Northern Illinois Univ Press
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