Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1971. Fourteenth Printing. Paperback. Used - Good/Very Good. Light pencil annotations in margins. Some toning from age. Binding tight and square. Black and white illustrations accompany text. Index. 13 x 19 cm. 116 pp. Item #12867
Carl Stephenson (1886–1954) at the time of his death was regarded as one of America's foremost medieval scholars. He was a student of Charles Gross and Charles Homer Haskins at Harvard University (graduated 1914), later studied with Henri Pirenne at the University of Ghent (1924–25) and had close scholarly ties with other well-known medievalists of the first half of the 20th century. He taught mainly at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and Cornell University Department of History (1931–41).