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The Cult of St George in medieval England by Jonathan Good

Publisher: The Boydell press, 2009
Hardback with Dust-Jacket, pp.198 with Index

Condition: Fine – as new, bound in light-brown cloth with DJ. An enthralling account of a national symbol.

How St George became the patron saint of England is a matter of great speculation. He was not English nor was his principal shrine there, yet his status and fame came to eclipse that of all other saints.

£45.00

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Weight .672 kg

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