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Gerd Althoff, Spielregeln der Politik im Mittelalter. Kommunikation in Frieden und Fehde, Darmstadt, Primus Verlag, 1997, 360 p.

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2. « The Peace in the Feud », Past and Present, 8, 1955, pp. 1-14 CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

3. Comme chez Jaeger, C. Stephen, The Origins of Courtliness, Philadelphie, Pennsylvania University Press, 1985 CrossRefGoogle Scholar. White, Stephen D., «The Politics of Anger», in Rosenwein, B., Anger’s Past, Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1998, pp. 127-152 Google Scholar, ici pp. 127-130, propose une critique similaire s’étendant à Marc Bloch.

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