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Carmel in Britain : essays on the medieval English Carmelite Province.…

by Patrick Fitzgerald-Lombard

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This volume takes as its theme the people and places of the medieval province. It includes a survey of all the 39 houses of the province as well as descriptions of the life of the province and some of the friars. Also includes a substantial bibliography covering the province as a whole and each of the houses. This collection provides an excellent background for a greater understanding and appreciation of the Whitefriars of the medieval province.The first volume of collected articles about the Medieval Carmelite Province of England. They were published for the 750th anniversary of the arrival of the Carmelites in England, in 1242.… (more)
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This volume takes as its theme the people and places of the medieval province. It includes a survey of all the 39 houses of the province as well as descriptions of the life of the province and some of the friars. Also includes a substantial bibliography covering the province as a whole and each of the houses. This collection provides an excellent background for a greater understanding and appreciation of the Whitefriars of the medieval province.The first volume of collected articles about the Medieval Carmelite Province of England. They were published for the 750th anniversary of the arrival of the Carmelites in England, in 1242.

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