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Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1981.
Van Pelt Library Reference Stacks: G1812.21.S2 H5 1981 Second copy in University Museum Library.
London : Routledge, 2007.
Van Pelt Library Reference Stacks: G1791 .M2 2007
New York : Simon & Schuster, c1992.
Cartography, design, and production, Carta, Jerusalem; English translation, Moshe Shalvi.
Van Pelt Library Reference Stacks: G1034 .B413 1992 Second copy in the Center for Advanced Judaic Studies Library.
New York : Facts on File, 1991, c1990.
Van Pelt Library Reference Stacks: G1034 .R5 1991 Second copy in the Center for Advanced Judaic Studies Library.
London : Cassell, 1993.
Van Pelt Library CB361 .A88 1993
St. Andrews, Fife : Atlas Committee of the Conference of Scottish Medievalists, 1975.
J.W. Davie, cartographer.
Van Pelt Library Reference Stacks: G1825 .M3
London : Academic Press, 1983.
Van Pelt Library: DA757.7 .H57 1983
London : Viking, 1995.
Van Pelt Library Reference Stacks: G1034 .H3 1995
London : Times Books, 1998.
Maps prepared by Edinburgh Bartholomew. 2nd edition.
Van Pelt Library Reference Stacks: G1796.S1 T56 1998

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