RØRE I HERRENS VINGÅRD

  • Katrine Funding Højgaard Ph.d.-stipendiat, Saxo-Instituttet, Københavns Universitet
Nøgleord: anmeldelse, Carsten Selch Jensen, Med ord og ikke med slag, Teologi og historieskrivning i Henrik af Letlands Krønike

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Carsten Selch Jensen:
Med ord og ikke med slag: Teologi og historieskrivning i Henrik af Letlands Krønike.
Historika / Gads Forlag 2019, 374 s.

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Publiceret
2019-09-08
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Højgaard, K. (2019). RØRE I HERRENS VINGÅRD. Temp - Tidsskrift for Historie, 9(18), 221-227. Hentet fra https://tidsskrift.dk/temp/article/view/115848
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