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From Schola to Cathedral: A Study of Early Christian Architecture and its Relation to the Life of the Church

by G. Baldwin Brown, M.A

Condition: Used - Good


David Douglas. Used - Good. 1886. First Edition Hardcover. Pictorial cloth, 231 pp. 20 pp. list of published works at the end. Frontispiece with illustrations throughout and foldout chronological table. Previous owner's bookplate on fpep. Volume is slightly cocked and boards have edge wear and bumping to corners. Text is slightly foxed but does not effect the bulk of the text. Good. (Subject: Ancient, Early Christianity.)

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