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Very good; Collectible. Hardcover biography. Hardcover in dust jacket. Personally inscribed and signed by the author on the front end-paper. No other marks or writing in book. Jacket flap is price-clipped; otherwise Fine.
Very Good. Ex-Professional Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Classic scholarly text presents a detailed study of the correlation of the phrase immutator mundi (transformer of the world) as applied by contemporaries to Frederick II of Hohenstaufen; the relationship of his multi-faceted achievements to those of his Norman and Hohenstaufen antecedents; descriptions of the circle of associates who participated in his many activities; and tracing the origin and course of relentless hostility of contemporary popes to him and to his concept of empire. 605 pgs. Illustrated with figures and 5 maps. Small stamps to front endpapers, title page, and outer edge. Frontispiece photo. Gilt spine. Light rubbing to edges and lower spine. Minimal shelfwear.
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