Image, music and lived reality in fifteenth-century Midlands alabaster

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

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Image, music and lived reality in fifteenth-century Midlands alabaster. / Kirkman, Andrew.

Performance, ceremony and display in late medieval England . ed. / Julia Boffey. Shaun Tyas, 2020.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Harvard

Kirkman, A 2020, Image, music and lived reality in fifteenth-century Midlands alabaster. in J Boffey (ed.), Performance, ceremony and display in late medieval England . Shaun Tyas.

APA

Kirkman, A. (2020). Image, music and lived reality in fifteenth-century Midlands alabaster. In J. Boffey (Ed.), Performance, ceremony and display in late medieval England Shaun Tyas.

Vancouver

Kirkman A. Image, music and lived reality in fifteenth-century Midlands alabaster. In Boffey J, editor, Performance, ceremony and display in late medieval England . Shaun Tyas. 2020

Author

Kirkman, Andrew. / Image, music and lived reality in fifteenth-century Midlands alabaster. Performance, ceremony and display in late medieval England . editor / Julia Boffey. Shaun Tyas, 2020.

Bibtex

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