A history of the suppressed Convent of San Michele alla Doccia sotto Fiesole, Florence: founded in 1411, now the property of Mr. Henry White Cannon, followed by a brief account of the religious orders of Italy
Tipografia Giuntina, 1911 - Convents - 336 pages
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