The Letters of Peter of Celle
Oxford University Press, 2001 - History - 777 pages
Peter of Celle was a figure of great authority and influence in twelfth-century France. His letters offer a unique insight into the ideals and values of the monastic world at a critical turning point for western religion. This is the first translation of his correspondence and the first complete modern edition, with full scholarly apparatus and a historical introduction.
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