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The medieval church of St Andrews

£19.99

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This is not just another book on St Andrews. It is the first book in modern times to be devoted expressly and entirely to the medieval church of st Andrews, discussing it's origins, its personnel and especially the erection,appearance and daily life of the metropolitan cathedral,which was the largest and most important edifice ever built in medieval Scotland. St Andrews cathedral was the focal point of national feeling in the Scotland of King Robert Bruce and, throughout the medieval period, it remained one of the main centres of cultural life in the kingdom. Largely the result of fresh research by several experts, this book sheds much new light on the diocese and cathedral of St Andrews and it will be of profound interest not only to medieval historians but to every thoughtful person who values the history and heritage of the Scottish nation.

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Author(s):
David McRoberts
Condition:
As new
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0900243589
ISBN-13:
9780900243585
Publisher:
J. Burns
Title:
The medieval church of St Andrews

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This is not just another book on St Andrews. It is the first book in modern times to be devoted expressly and entirely to the medieval church of st Andrews, discussing it's origins, its personnel and especially the erection,appearance and daily life of the metropolitan cathedral,which was the largest and most important edifice ever built in medieval Scotland. St Andrews cathedral was the focal point of national feeling in the Scotland of King Robert Bruce and, throughout the medieval period, it remained one of the main centres of cultural life in the kingdom. Largely the result of fresh research by several experts, this book sheds much new light on the diocese and cathedral of St Andrews and it will be of profound interest not only to medieval historians but to every thoughtful person who values the history and heritage of the Scottish nation.

Author(s):
David McRoberts
Condition:
As new
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0900243589
ISBN-13:
9780900243585
Publisher:
J. Burns
Title:
The medieval church of St Andrews

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