From the Editor

Forse, James H.
January 2009
Quidditas;2009, Vol. 30, p3
Academic Journal
An introduction to the journal is presented which discusses articles published within the issue on such topics as the location of Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne's tomb in Aachen, Germany, the use of different fencing styles in Elizabethan England, and Irish women in 16th-century Spain.


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