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This front matter section of the book Past Sense: Studies in Medieval and Early Modern European History contains the table of contents, acknowledgments, list of illustrations, list of abbreviations, permissions, changes and revisions and manuscript sigla. The first part of the book is devoted to William Durant the Younger, the subject of my first book. Durant was born ca. 1266 in Puimisson near Béziers and ruled the Gévaudan, a rugged territory in the Massif Central in southern France, as bishop of Mende and count of Gévaudan from 1296 until his death in 1330. The second part of the book is devoted to Hermann Conring.

Keywords: early modern European history; Hermann Conring; William Durant



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