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John Cassian

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John Cassian
By Owen Chadwick
1968

Publisher: Cambridge University Press,
SECOND EDITION

About the book:

John Cassian is a study of the fifth-century monk who was one of the founders of western monasticism. Christian monasticism flowered in Egypt during the fourth century. Cassias spent several years in Egypt and his writings are important evidence of the earliest period of monastic life. Later in life Cassian came to Provence and adapted the Egyptian ideals and methods for Latin use. The Benedictine Rule owes much to his founded schools of beginners.

Inside cover name of previous owner

Considering its age the book is in good condition.
No dust jacket.
Very Minor damage to the spine and some discolouring to the spine due to be in the sunlight.
No marks to any of the internal pages.



Item details

Author(s):
Owen Chadwick
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8.5 inches x 5.5 inches
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
171
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Title:
John Cassian

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About this item

John Cassian
By Owen Chadwick
1968

Publisher: Cambridge University Press,
SECOND EDITION

About the book:

John Cassian is a study of the fifth-century monk who was one of the founders of western monasticism. Christian monasticism flowered in Egypt during the fourth century. Cassias spent several years in Egypt and his writings are important evidence of the earliest period of monastic life. Later in life Cassian came to Provence and adapted the Egyptian ideals and methods for Latin use. The Benedictine Rule owes much to his founded schools of beginners.

Inside cover name of previous owner

Considering its age the book is in good condition.
No dust jacket.
Very Minor damage to the spine and some discolouring to the spine due to be in the sunlight.
No marks to any of the internal pages.



Author(s):
Owen Chadwick
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8.5 inches x 5.5 inches
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
171
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Title:
John Cassian

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