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ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies

Welcome to the new home of the ORB on the web!. http://the-orb.net. The Editor would like to thank the College of Staten Island, CUNY, for hosting the ORB. The College has generously provided the hardware and technical expertise to keep the ORB going. The Editor would especially like to thank Assistant President for Information Technology, Dr. Michael Kress, and Victor Magnani, who keeps our server running! Thanks also to Professor Carolyn Schriber and Laura Blanchard, the ORB's editors from ...

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