|Dimensions||22 × 16 × 7 cm|
Publisher, Cambridge University Press, 1915, 2 Vols, (First Edition)
Hardback, 1/4 bound in red with marbled boards, Vol 1, pp. lxiii + 202; vol 2, pp. ix + 425
Condition, Used – Good, Covers, tight and clean, text blocks, free of foxing, notes and highlights. Some small Ex-libris signs (nothing very obvious).
Francis Legge brings before the public documents of great importance for the understanding of the growth and development of the Christian religion 330 BC – 330 AD). A special emphasis is placed on the Gnostics, the conquests of Alexander; Alexandrian divinities; Origin of Gnosticism; Pre-Christian Gnostics; the Orphici; Simon Magus. One of the most informative works concerning this era.
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