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Personal links and the nature of the English war retinue: a case study of John Mowbray, earl marshal, and the campaign of 1415

Personal links and the nature of the English war retinue: a case study of John Mowbray, earl marshal, and the campaign of 1415
Personal links and the nature of the English war retinue: a case study of John Mowbray, earl marshal, and the campaign of 1415
978-2-85944-534-8
153-167
Publications de la Sorbonne
Curry, Anne
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Bates, David
Gazeau, Véronique
Curry, Anne
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Bates, David
Gazeau, Véronique

Curry, Anne (2006) Personal links and the nature of the English war retinue: a case study of John Mowbray, earl marshal, and the campaign of 1415. In, Bates, David and Gazeau, Véronique (eds.) Liens, reseaux et solidarités. Paris, FR. Publications de la Sorbonne, pp. 153-167.

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Published date: 2006
Organisations: History

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Local EPrints ID: 388749
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/388749
ISBN: 978-2-85944-534-8
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