The Myth of Urban Unity. Religion and Social Performance in Late Medieval Braunschweig

Arlinghaus F-J (2010)
In: Cities, Texts, and Social Networks, 400-1500: Experiences and Perceptions of Medieval Urban Space. Goodson C, Lester AE, Symes C (Eds); Farnham: Ashgate: 215-232.

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Arlinghaus F-J. The Myth of Urban Unity. Religion and Social Performance in Late Medieval Braunschweig. In: Goodson C, Lester AE, Symes C, eds. Cities, Texts, and Social Networks, 400-1500: Experiences and Perceptions of Medieval Urban Space. Farnham: Ashgate; 2010: 215-232.
Arlinghaus, F. - J. (2010). The Myth of Urban Unity. Religion and Social Performance in Late Medieval Braunschweig. In C. Goodson, A. E. Lester, & C. Symes (Eds.), Cities, Texts, and Social Networks, 400-1500: Experiences and Perceptions of Medieval Urban Space (pp. 215-232). Farnham: Ashgate.
Arlinghaus, F. - J. (2010). “The Myth of Urban Unity. Religion and Social Performance in Late Medieval Braunschweig” in Cities, Texts, and Social Networks, 400-1500: Experiences and Perceptions of Medieval Urban Space, Goodson, C., Lester, A. E., and Symes, C. eds. (Farnham: Ashgate), 215-232.
Arlinghaus, F.-J., 2010. The Myth of Urban Unity. Religion and Social Performance in Late Medieval Braunschweig. In C. Goodson, A. E. Lester, & C. Symes, eds. Cities, Texts, and Social Networks, 400-1500: Experiences and Perceptions of Medieval Urban Space. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 215-232.
F.-J. Arlinghaus, “The Myth of Urban Unity. Religion and Social Performance in Late Medieval Braunschweig”, Cities, Texts, and Social Networks, 400-1500: Experiences and Perceptions of Medieval Urban Space, C. Goodson, A.E. Lester, and C. Symes, eds., Farnham: Ashgate, 2010, pp.215-232.
Arlinghaus, F.-J.: The Myth of Urban Unity. Religion and Social Performance in Late Medieval Braunschweig. In: Goodson, C., Lester, A.E., and Symes, C. (eds.) Cities, Texts, and Social Networks, 400-1500: Experiences and Perceptions of Medieval Urban Space. p. 215-232. Ashgate, Farnham (2010).
Arlinghaus, Franz-Josef. “The Myth of Urban Unity. Religion and Social Performance in Late Medieval Braunschweig”. Cities, Texts, and Social Networks, 400-1500: Experiences and Perceptions of Medieval Urban Space. Ed. Caroline Goodson, Anne E. Lester, and Carol Symes. Farnham: Ashgate, 2010. 215-232.
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