Birds of Prey and the Sport of Falconry in Italian Literature through the Fourteenth Century: from S

Author: Teresa Flora Lucia Gualtieri

Year of Publication: 2005

Source: the Internet

Publisher: Universiity Wisconsin-Madison

Pages: 144

Language: English

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A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy (Italian)
at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
2005. UMI Number: 3200047
Copyright 2005 by Gualtieri, Teresa Flora Lucia
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