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Sumptuary Laws in Portugal and its Empire from the Fourteenth to the Eighteenth Century

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Sumptuary Laws in Portugal and its Empire from the Fourteenth to the Eighteenth Century. / Bethencourt, Francisco .

The Right to Dress. Sumptuary Laws in a Global Perspective, c. 1200-1800. ed. / Giorgio Riello; Ulinka Rublack. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2019. p. 273-298.

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Harvard

Bethencourt, F 2019, Sumptuary Laws in Portugal and its Empire from the Fourteenth to the Eighteenth Century. in G Riello & U Rublack (eds), The Right to Dress. Sumptuary Laws in a Global Perspective, c. 1200-1800. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 273-298.

APA

Bethencourt, F. (2019). Sumptuary Laws in Portugal and its Empire from the Fourteenth to the Eighteenth Century. In G. Riello, & U. Rublack (Eds.), The Right to Dress. Sumptuary Laws in a Global Perspective, c. 1200-1800 (pp. 273-298). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Vancouver

Bethencourt F. Sumptuary Laws in Portugal and its Empire from the Fourteenth to the Eighteenth Century. In Riello G, Rublack U, editors, The Right to Dress. Sumptuary Laws in a Global Perspective, c. 1200-1800. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. 2019. p. 273-298

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Bethencourt, Francisco . / Sumptuary Laws in Portugal and its Empire from the Fourteenth to the Eighteenth Century. The Right to Dress. Sumptuary Laws in a Global Perspective, c. 1200-1800. editor / Giorgio Riello ; Ulinka Rublack. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2019. pp. 273-298

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