‘Gesta Romanorum’. A New Translation by Christopher Stace with an Introduction by Nigel Harris

Research output: Book/ReportBook

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‘Gesta Romanorum’. A New Translation by Christopher Stace with an Introduction by Nigel Harris. / Harris, Nigel; Stace, Christopher (Translator).

Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2016. (Manchester Medieval Studies).

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Harvard

Harris, N 2016, ‘Gesta Romanorum’. A New Translation by Christopher Stace with an Introduction by Nigel Harris. translated by Christopher Stace, Manchester Medieval Studies, Manchester University Press, Manchester.

APA

Harris, N., & Stace, C., (TRANS.) (2016). ‘Gesta Romanorum’. A New Translation by Christopher Stace with an Introduction by Nigel Harris. (Manchester Medieval Studies). Manchester University Press.

Vancouver

Harris N, Stace C. ‘Gesta Romanorum’. A New Translation by Christopher Stace with an Introduction by Nigel Harris. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016. (Manchester Medieval Studies).

Author

Harris, Nigel ; Stace, Christopher. / ‘Gesta Romanorum’. A New Translation by Christopher Stace with an Introduction by Nigel Harris. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2016. (Manchester Medieval Studies).

Bibtex

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