Papal revenues in the Middle Ages by William E. Lunt

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  • Catholic Church -- Finance,
  • Catholic Church -- History -- Sources

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Bibliography: v. 2, p. [541]-565.

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Statementby William E. Lunt.
SeriesRecords of civilization: sources and studies,, no. 19
ContributionsCatholic Church. Camera Apostolica.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX1950 .L8 1965
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5952428M
LC Control Number65025616
OCLC/WorldCa390992

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