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'I hope within 2 or 3 days...': Disability and pain in early modern politics and diplomacy

Recycled Rags and Dragon Intestines? Paper and Parchment in Early Modern Diplomatic Dispatches

The Making of Rudolf II Habsburg as a Mad Monarch

Ad regem: Diplomatic Documents as Artifacts of Early Modern Foreign Policymaking

Deciphering Secretaries in Sixteenth-Century Diplomatic Correspondence

Medieval documents as artefacts: Interdisciplinary perspectives on codicology, palaeography and diplomatics

Paper's Place in Early Modern Diplomatic Information Networks

'Podagra politica': Disability in Early Modern Politics and Diplomacy

Review of: Catherine Fletcher, Diplomacy in Renaissance Rome: The Rise of the Resident Ambassador

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