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Noel Lenski, “Source: Visigothic Manumission Charters,” http://medievalslavery.org/europe/source-visigothic-manumission-charters/
Don Wyatt, “Source: Bobali,” http://medievalslavery.org/east-asia-and-pacific/source-bobali/
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