|Dimensions||15 × 3 × 21 cm|
Publisher, T. Morison, Glasgow 1890.
Hardback, rebound in 1/4 bound in blue goatskin with marbled boards, pp. 257 + 16 pages of adverts bound in rear.
Condition, Used – Very Good. Text-block clean, tight and free of foxing and notes.
An account of the Culdees, or “ceile dé,” the “Servants of God” – an ascetic sect of monks and hermits who established communities across Ireland, Scotland and England in the Middle Ages. Jamieson discusses their origins, along with the history of their growth, evolution and suppression after the invasion of the Normans.