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The church of St. Martin, Canterbury : an illustrated account of its history and fabric

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"St. Martin's Church appeals vividly both to the archaeologist and the historian. The date of its foundation is still uncertain, and there are many perplexing problems yet to be solved. We must leave their ultimate determination to time and to fresh explorations. Subjoined are the mature opinions of two eminent antiquaries. Whichever of them be right, the antiquity of the church and its associations for the English people are of supreme and unparalleled." (Book Depository US). Good copy. Ex libris with the usual labels. Spine a little worn and rubbed at top edge. Some age marks. Blue cloth boards with black font.


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Author(s):
C. F. Routledge
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1901
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
101
Publisher:
George Bell & Sons
Title:
The church of St. Martin, Canterbury : an illustrated account of its history and fabric

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"St. Martin's Church appeals vividly both to the archaeologist and the historian. The date of its foundation is still uncertain, and there are many perplexing problems yet to be solved. We must leave their ultimate determination to time and to fresh explorations. Subjoined are the mature opinions of two eminent antiquaries. Whichever of them be right, the antiquity of the church and its associations for the English people are of supreme and unparalleled." (Book Depository US). Good copy. Ex libris with the usual labels. Spine a little worn and rubbed at top edge. Some age marks. Blue cloth boards with black font.


Author(s):
C. F. Routledge
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1901
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
101
Publisher:
George Bell & Sons
Title:
The church of St. Martin, Canterbury : an illustrated account of its history and fabric

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