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"Entries are lively and accurate; they treat changing interpretations of people and events and rely on primary sources for vivid detail while evaluating their usefulness . . . The work is arranged to make sources and facts easy to find by means of an alphabetical list of entries, a subject index to entries, a subject bibliography, and an index. Recommended. General readers and undergraduates."
"This is an excellent addition to reference collections . . . This is the only volume that focuses entirely on the barbarian period. It is recommended for public and academic libraries."
"Encyclopedia of Barbarian Europe will serve students well as a reference to the era . . . articles are detailed, explaining the importance of each entry with an accompanying bibliography at the end. In addition, a subject bibliography in the back provides students with an impressive listing of scholarly resources for their further reading and research . . . Taking those points into consideration, this work will be a useful tool on early European history for most reference sections. It is recommended for public, high school, college, and university libraries."
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