Landscapes of concealment and revelation in the Brut Narratives: Geoffrey of Monmouth, Wace, and Laȝamon

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Hicks, Leonie V. and Bintley, Michael D.J. 2022. Landscapes of concealment and revelation in the Brut Narratives: Geoffrey of Monmouth, Wace, and Laȝamon. in: Church, S.D. (ed.) Anglo-Norman Studies 44. Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2021 Woodbridge The Boydell Press. pp. 137-52
AuthorsHicks, Leonie V. and Bintley, Michael D.J.
EditorsChurch, S.D.
Page range137-52
Year2022
Book titleAnglo-Norman Studies 44. Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2021
PublisherThe Boydell Press
Output statusPublished
Place of publicationWoodbridge
ISBN9781783277131
ISSN0954-9927
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Print15 Jun 2022
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