Bangor

by Ian Adamson | 20 November 2015
Bangor, once the site of one of the largest Christian schools in Ireland, was the jumping off point for the famous missionary journeys of Columbanus and Gall. The Bangor Antiphonary, which is now in the Ambrosian Library in Milan, was the flowering of a style and depth of worship with unique appeal. In this book, Ian Adamson has combined literary skill and scholarship to describe how one of the main strands of European civilisation developed out of the Judaeo-Christian tradition of the Middle-East.
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Bangor, once the site of one of the largest Christian schools in Ireland, was the jumping off point for the famous missionary journeys of Columbanus and Gall. The Bangor Antiphonary, which is now in the Ambrosian Library in Milan, was the flowering of a style and depth of worship with unique appeal. In this book, Ian Adamson has combined literary skill and scholarship to describe how one of the main strands of European civilisation developed out of the Judaeo-Christian tradition of the Middle-East.
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€14.00
Currently out of stock
Orders will not be processed until after the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions are lifted
Eligible for free delivery
42 Reward Points

Any purchases for more than €10 are eligible for free delivery anywhere in the UK or Ireland!

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Bangor, once the site of one of the largest Christian schools in Ireland, was the jumping off point for the famous missionary journeys of Columbanus and Gall. The Bangor Antiphonary, which is now in the Ambrosian Library in Milan, was the flowering of a style and depth of worship with unique appeal. In this book, Ian Adamson has combined literary skill and scholarship to describe how one of the main strands of European civilisation developed out of the Judaeo-Christian tradition of the Middle-East.

Product Details

Bangor

ISBN9781780730936

Format

PublisherCOLOURPOINT BOOKS (20 November. 2015)

No. of Pages272

Weight522

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 160 x 234