Entry on Etiquette and Manners
Chapter in Dictionary of the Middle Ages, Vol. 14: Supplement 1.
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English Language and Literature
Ashley, Kathleen. “Etiquette and Manners,” Dictionary of the Middle Ages-Supplement Vol. 14 (Charles Scribners’ Sons, 2004; publ. under ACLS auspices), pp. 183-86.