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A History of the Early Church to A.D. 500, A History of the Medieval Chuch 590-1500, A History of the Modern Church From 1500 to the Present Day [3 vols] by  J.W.C Wand - Hardcover - Later Printing - 1961 - from Ravenroost Books (SKU: 2584)

A History of the Early Church to A.D. 500, A History of the Medieval Chuch 590-1500, A History of the Modern Church From 1500 to the Present Day [3 vols]

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A History of the Early Church to A.D. 500, A History of the Medieval Chuch 590-1500, A History of the Modern Church From 1500 to the Present Day [3 vols]

by Wand, J.W.C

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London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1961. Three books covering both English and European Church history: A History of the Early Church to A.D. 500, Very Good hardcover in Very Good price-clipped jacket, includes comparative tables and three fold out maps in excellent condition, ix.300pgs, 1963; A History of the Medieval Chuch 590-1500, Good to Very Good hardcover with scattered underlining and notations, owner name on front end paper in Fair to Good dust jacket, price intact but missing a fragment from lower spine, two maps within text. viii.284pgs,1962; A History of the Modern Church From 1500 to the Present Day, Good to Very Good hardcover in Good dustjacket with fragment of paper at lower spine detached but preserved by archival cover. A few underlined sentences and marginalia, with two maps within text. x.323pgs, 1961. Three books #2584.. Later Printing. Cloth Hardcover. Very Good/Fair to Very Good. 7.5" High.

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Bookseller
Ravenroost Books US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
2584
Title
A History of the Early Church to A.D. 500, A History of the Medieval Chuch 590-1500, A History of the Modern Church From 1500 to the Present Day [3 vols]
Author
Wand, J.W.C
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Jacket condition
Fair to Very Good
Edition
Later Printing
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Methuen & Co., Ltd.
Place of Publication
London
Date published
1961
Keywords
History of the Medieval, J.W.C. Wand, Church, Early, Modern, Medieval, Church History, Reference, Historian, Theologian, Priesthood, Ordination, Theological Students, Reformation, Gregory the Great,, Moanasticism, Popes, Papl, Renaissance, Canon Law, Can
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Size
7.5" High

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