5 edition of Womankind in western Europe from the earliest times to the seventeenth century. found in the catalog.
Added t.-p. illustrated.
|Statement||By Thomas Wright.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1121 .W95|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 340 p.|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||09003468|
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Womankind In Western Europe From The Earliest Times To The Seventeenth Century. Book Title: Womankind in Western Europe from the Earliest Times to the Seventeenth Century: Author: Thomas Wright: Publisher: Release Date: Pages: ISBN: BSB:BSB Joseph Bergin has been teaching at Manchester sinceand is an internationally recognised expert on the history of early modern France, especially the seventeenth century.
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This Chromolithograph Print of Queen Radegunde is from Thomas Wright's Womankind in Western Europe (from earliest times to the seventeenth century), published by Groombridge and Sons, London.
Queen Radegunde, a Merovingian queen of the 6th century, was one of the most celebrated and beloved holy women of her time.
This Chromolithograph Print of Dame Nature and Her Messenger is from Thomas Wright's Womankind in Western Europe (from earliest times to the seventeenth century), published by Groombridge and Sons, London.
The print, measuring about " high by " wide, shows Mother Nature and her messenger dressed in medieval clothing inside a brick-walled garden.
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The urban population was reduced by one-third and the rural population by two-fifths, and trade and agriculture were greatly disrupted.5/5(1). Source note: Womankind in western Europe from the earliest times to the seventeenth century. Groombridge and Sons, ) Wright, Thomas (), Author. Physical Description.
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Description: Groombridge and sons, Hardcover. Very Good. 4to. Bound in contemporary 3/4 brown Moroccan leather.