Manual of Christian Archeology 1935

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Kessinger Publishing, Feb 1, 2003 - Religion - 464 pages
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1935. An extensive and compact survey of the Catholic terrain of Rome and the Christian provinces during the first centuries of Christianity. It interprets in text and reproduction the treasures of belief recorded in catacombs and open cemeteries. In so doing, this work illustrates the oneness of the faith throughout the ages and presents the reader with irresistible proof of the validity of the church's claim to continuity of belief and discipline.

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