The development of literate mentalities in East Central Europe

by Utrecht Symposium on Medieval Literacy (4th 2001)

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Statementedited by Anna Adamska and Marco Mostert.
SeriesUtrecht studies in medieval literacy -- 9
ContributionsAdamska, Anna., Mostert, Marco.
LC ClassificationsLC156.A2 U87 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 546 p. :
Number of Pages546
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18890958M
ISBN 102503514499, 2503000000

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THE DEVELOPMENT OF LITERATE MENTALITIES IN EAST CENTRAL EUROPE Edited by Anna Adamska and Marco Mostert BREPOLS. Contents Preface 1 Maps 5 Part II: Litterati and Illitterati in Medieval East Central Europe The Birth of a^ Structured Literacy.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF LITERATE MENTALITIES IN EAST CEN-TRAL EUROPE, edited by Anna ADAMSKA and Marco MOSTERT. (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 9) Brepols, Turnhoutstr.

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