It is a short, obtainable advent to the lives and even though of 2 of the main debatable personalities of the center a while. Their names are regularly occurring, however it is their "star caliber" argues Mews, that has avoided them from being obvious truly within the context of 12th-century thought--the activity he has set himself during this book.
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