5 Credits SPRING

Aims/Description: Mediaeval Latin B will continue the work started in Medieval Latin A, but with a wider selection of charters and other documents, as well as the prescribed texts, and in greater depth. Authors to be studied may include William of Newbury, Thomas de Burton, Abbot of Meaux, and John Foxe, the 16th century martyrologist

Staff Contact: Beky Hasnip
Teaching Methods: Seminars

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