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December 2000

Vol. 31 The Three Kings of Cologne

Purchase this volume Frank Schaer (ed.)  The most comprehensive medieval account of the Three Kings was John of Hildesheim’s Historia Trium Regum (1364-75), a widely diffused text which was translated into several vernaculars. The most popular English version has for some time been accessible in a number of abridged redactions. In contrast, the present edition prints an independent and hitherto… Read More »Vol. 31 The Three Kings of Cologne