2 edition of Poetry of the early medieval Europe found in the catalog.
Poetry of the early medieval Europe
Euroconference for the Corpus of Latin Rhythmical Poems (3rd 2000 Munich, Germany)
|Statement||a cura di Edoardo D"Angelo, Francesco Stella ; prefazione di Benedikt Konrad Vollmann.|
|Series||Millennio medievale -- 39, Corpus dei ritmi latini (secolo IV-IX -- 2, Atti di convegno -- 12, Millennio medievale|
|Contributions||Stella, Francesco, 1962-, D"Angelo, Edoardo.|
|LC Classifications||PA8051 .E976 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 388 p. :|
|Number of Pages||388|
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