Very Good Plus/Very Good Plus. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall 0-88029-468-X World History Description of Monasticism as it developed under the ruins of the Roman Empire & became a refuge of Christian piety., nice clean text, very light foxing on top & side edges, 262pp. w/index.
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Near Fine in Very Good/Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾Tall. This book is an outstanding work on monasticism in the Middle Ages. The last owners name is written in ink three times on the first few front pages and on page 99. The book is in outstanding readable condition.
Fine in good dust jacket. No marks, writing or underlining in the book. the only defect is a small tear in the DJ which has been carefully mended. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 262 p. Audience: General/trade The book was copyrighted by the University of Michigan in 1938, renewed in 1966. This first printing by Dorset press is by permission of the University. Monasticism arose from the ruins of the Roman Empire and by the opening of the Dark Ages it had become the refuge of Christian Piety. Monasticism chronicles the great saints from Columban to Gregory, the man who led civilization from pagan darkness to a light that the Dark Ages could not subdue. (from the preface)
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