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p. vii

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Preface

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pp. ix-xi

The publication of this translation and study marks the end of a project begun well over a decade ago. I undertook this work with the naive assumption that six to twelve months would suffice to prepare a suitable translation and a few appropriate words of commentary upon what...

Abbreviations

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pp. xiii-xiv

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Introduction

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pp. 1-62

Gunther (ca. 1150-1210?), a Cistercian monk of the Alsatian abbey of Pairis, composed four Latin works, whose merits and range illustrate his literary talent, his erudition, and his life's twists and turns. His initial creation,...

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The Capture of Constantinople

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pp. 63-132

All manifestations of divine power excite such intensive wonder that unextraordinary phenomena should not be judged divine. Still, we are particularly in the habit of marveling at those great and difficult deeds which that divine power deigns to display through simple persons...

Notes

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pp. 133-180

Bibliography

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pp. 181-190

Index

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pp. 191-194