DOI:​10.3406/BCRH.2003.1045
Corpus ID: 166098208
An Account of the Provisions Received by Robert de Segre, Clerk of Edward I of England, in Flanders and Brabant in the Autumn of 1297
B. Lyon, M. LyonPublished 2003History
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