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Glastonbury Abbey during the Crusades

H.F. Scott Stokes

Glastonbury Abbey during the Crusades
Adam of Domerham continued the history of William of Malmesbury from around 1100 to 1300 A.D., but his work is of a very different character, for, as the translator points out, he was a "terrible and untiring teller of twice-told tales" and wrote at "inordinate length." This little book represents some two hundred pages of Adam "set out in a clear and reasonable translation in a manner which shall not be absolutely dull." The present work is a facsimile of the Folk Press edition of 1934.

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