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Policing the urban environment of late medieval Dordrecht

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Policing the urban environment of late medieval Dordrecht. / Naaktgeboren, Patrick.

Policing the urban environment in premodern Europe. ed. / Carole Rawcliffe; Claire Weeda. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2019. p. 149-177.

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Harvard

Naaktgeboren, P 2019, Policing the urban environment of late medieval Dordrecht. in C Rawcliffe & C Weeda (eds), Policing the urban environment in premodern Europe. Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 149-177.

APA

Naaktgeboren, P. (2019). Policing the urban environment of late medieval Dordrecht. In C. Rawcliffe, & C. Weeda (Eds.), Policing the urban environment in premodern Europe (pp. 149-177). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Vancouver

Naaktgeboren P. Policing the urban environment of late medieval Dordrecht. In Rawcliffe C, Weeda C, editors, Policing the urban environment in premodern Europe. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 2019. p. 149-177

Author

Naaktgeboren, Patrick. / Policing the urban environment of late medieval Dordrecht. Policing the urban environment in premodern Europe. editor / Carole Rawcliffe ; Claire Weeda. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2019. pp. 149-177

Bibtex

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