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In 1980 the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East started its Bulletin which reports the publications, lectures and other actvities of its members. ~ Asia, Africa and the trade of medieval Europe, in: Cambridge Economic History of Europe 2: Trade and Industry in the Middle Ages, rev. ~ Catalan merchants and the western Mediterranean,1236-1300, in: Viator 16 (1985), 209-242.

The Bulletin was not intended to be a comprehensive or even select bibliography. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order according to authors. ~ The Norman kingdom of Africa, in: Anglo-Norman Studies 7 (Woodbridge/Suffolk: Boydell and Brewer1985), 26-49.

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~ Reliable sources for elicitation of 'correct Arabic' in the first centuries of Islam, in: Arab Journal of Language Studies 6 (1988), 191-197.

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