Holy Land pilgrimage in the later Roman Empire: AD 312-460, Parts 312-460
This wide-ranging book discusses the emergence of pilgrimage to the Holy Land in the Roman Empire under Constantine, and some of its effects--ecclesiastical and secular--over the next 150 years.
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CONSTANTINE AND THE HOLY LAND
PILGRIMS AND THE BIBLE
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