A Short History of Monastical Orders in which the Primitive Institution of Monks, their Habits, Rules and Condition they are in at present, are Treated of
by Gabriel d'Emillianne, Gabriel [Anthony Gavin]
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- A Short History of Monastical Orders in which the Primitive Institution of Monks, their Habits, Rules and Condition they are in at present, are Treated of
- Gabriel d'Emillianne, Gabriel [Anthony Gavin]
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- monks monastics monasticism England 17th
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