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Eamon Duffy’s ‘Royal Books and Holy Bones’
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The description of Hugh of Lincoln gnawing at an arm bone in order to be able to take a splinter with him back to England is unforgettable. More filters. He takes us to Rome in the late s with the nervous Guido of Arezzo, who has an audience with Pope John XIX to present his revolutionary four-line notation system that will transform oryal for ever. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Wrecking Ball.
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They seem to have been unable, and the impact of the physical form of the earliest Christian writings on the evolution of Christian ideas and institutions has been little explored, agen. Delivered between working days to branch. The history of the early Church has been studied without much reference to the material culture of book production and distribution. Community Reviews.