Christianity in England from Roman Times to the Reformation: From Roman times to 1066
SCM Press, 1935 - 344 pages
The first in a three-volume history of Christianity in England. The present volume covers the period from the arrival of the Romans to the Norman Conquest, providing a comprehensive, analytical overview of the first to eleventh centuries for the growth of Christianity in England.
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