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Mysteries of the Middle Ages: The Rise of Feminism, Science And Art from the Cults of Catholic Europe by  Thomas Cahill - Hardcover - from Magers and Quinn Booksellers and Biblio.com

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Mysteries of the Middle Ages: The Rise of Feminism, Science And Art from the Cults of Catholic Europe

by Cahill, Thomas

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Bantam Dell Pub Group. Used - Very Good. Light to moderate shelf wear. Complete. Clean pages. Hardcover

Thomas Cahill's appealing approach to distant history has won the attention of millions of readers in North America and beyond. Cahill is the author of four previous volumes in the Hinges of History series: How the Irish Saved Civilization , The Gifts of the Jews , Desire of the Everlasting Hills , and Sailing the Wine-Dark Sea . They have been bestsellers, not only in the United States but also in countries ranging from Italy to Brazil. He and his wife, Susan, also a writer, divide their time between New York and Rome.




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