James Westfall Thompson

James Westfall Thompson (1869–1941) was an American historian specializing in the history of medieval and early modern Europe, particularly of the Holy Roman Empire and France. He also made noteworthy contributions to the history of literacy, libraries and the book trade in the Middle Ages. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1960
Economic and social history of Europe in the later Middle Ages, 1300-1530 /

: 545 pages : illustrations, 25 cm.

Economic and social history of the Middle Ages : 300-1300 /

: 2 volumes (ix, 900 pages) : maps (part folded color) plans ; 25 cm. : Bibliography : volume 2, pages 809-850.

Published 1961
Ḥaḍārat ʻaṣr al-nahḍah /

: "This is an authorized translation of The Civilization of the renaissance by James Westfall Thompson, George Rowley, Ferdinand Schevill and George Sarton. Copyright 1929 by Mount Holyoke College. Published by University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois."---verso page. : 190 pages ; illustrations ; 20 cm. : Includes bibliographical references.

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