The Twelve Patriarchs ; The Mystical Ark ; Book Three of The Trinity
Here are the writings of the man who was the great link between the early Christian mystics and the mystical awakening in medieval Europe. Richard (?-1173) was born in Scotland and joined the Abbey of St. Victor in Paris, where he became Superior and Prior.
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