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Bibliography of Secondary Sources for VICTORY'S SHADOW: CONQUEST AND GOVERNANCE IN MEDIEVAL CATALONIA (Cornell University Press, 2019-06-15)Bibliography of secondary sources for Victory's Shadow by Thomas W. Barton, which offers a sweeping account of the capture and long-term integration of Muslim-ruled territories by an ascendant Christian regime in medieval ...