Medieval perspectives in Europe : oral culture and bodily practices

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ZAKHARINE, Dmitri, 2013. Medieval perspectives in Europe : oral culture and bodily practices. In: MÜLLER, Cornelia, ed. and others. Body - language - communication : an international handbook on multimodality in human interaction ; Bd 1. Berlin [u.a.]:De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 343-364. ISBN 978-3-11-020962-4

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