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Langdon, John H.

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Book John H. Langdon (2016)
The Science of Human Evolution: Getting it Right. (/isis/citation/CBB665757367/) unapi

Book Maryanne Kowaleski; John Langdon; Phillipp R. Schofield (2015)
Peasants and Lords in the Medieval English Economy: Essays in Honour of Bruce M. S. Campbell. (/isis/citation/CBB363657050/) unapi

Article Langdon, John; Watts, Martin (2005)
Tower Windmills in Medieval England: A Case of Arrested Development?. Technology and Culture (p. 697). (/isis/citation/CBB000830416/) unapi

Article Watts, Martin; Langdon, John (2004)
An Early Tower Windmill? The Turweston `Post mill' Reconsidered. History of Technology (p. 1). (/isis/citation/CBB000501274/) unapi

Book Astill, Grenville; Langdon, John (1997)
Medieval farming and technology: The impact of agricultural change in northwest Europe. (/isis/citation/CBB000078969/) unapi

Book Mantello, F.A.C.; Rigg, A.G. (1996)
Medieval Latin: An introduction and bibliographical guide. (/isis/citation/CBB000074621/) unapi

Article Langdon, John (1992)
The birth and demise of a medieval windmill. History of Technology (pp. 54-76). (/isis/citation/CBB000041840/) unapi

Article Langdon, John H. (1991)
Misinterpreting Piltdown. Current Anthropology (pp. 627-631). (/isis/citation/CBB000061747/) unapi

Article Langdon, John (1991)
Water-mills and windmills in the west midlands, 1086-1500. Economic History Review (pp. 424-444). (/isis/citation/CBB000048576/) unapi

Book Langdon, John (1986)
Horses, oxen, and technological innovation: The use of draught animals in English farming from 1066 to 1500. (/isis/citation/CBB000052971/) unapi


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