A Dictionary of Celtic Saints

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This is the first dictionary of Celtic saints and is illustrated with photographs of where each saint lived and worked. The reader is therefore drawn into the beautiful world which these men and women inhabited, while also being able to trace the history and legend surrounding these early... Lire la suite

This is the first dictionary of Celtic saints and is illustrated with photographs of where each saint lived and worked. The reader is therefore drawn into the beautiful world which these men and women inhabited, while also being able to trace the history and legend surrounding these early British Christians. The dictionary describes 120 saints, and is illustrated with the author's own evocative photographs. It includes every well-known Celtic saint, and a large number of less famous individuals. The book is easy to use, with an introduction and maps to pinpoint the sites described in the text. It is aimed at a broad reading public. Since it is both readable and attractive to look at, it will appeal to anyone interested in history, landscape or spirituality. Based on sound scholarship, it will be helpful to students of civilisation and culture.

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