Historical Studies, Volume 21
T. Desmond Williams, Michael Roberts, James Hogan, Gerard Anthony Hayes-McCoy, J. L. McCracken
Bowes & Bowes, 1958 - Great Britain - 256 pages
Vol. 1- includes papers before the 1st-2d conferences, 1955-56.
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The idea of monastic austerity in early Ireland
Concepts of generosity in early modern England
Dives and Lazarus in sixteenthcentury Ireland
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