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Studies in English religion in the seventeenth century.
|Series||St. Margaret"s lectures -- 1903|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 265 p.|
|Number of Pages||265|
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SCIENTIFIC STUDIES IN THE ENGLISH UNIVERSITIES OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY BY PHYLLIS ALLEN At the opening of the seventeenth century, the program of studies in Oxford and Cambridge Universities followed the estab-lished medieval pattern.
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Studies in English Religion in the Seventeenth Century; Pdf. Margaret's Lectures. Author: Henson, H. Hensley Title: Studies in English Religion in the Seventeenth Century; St. Margaret's Lectures Publication: John Murray, London, Description: John Murray, London, Hardcover.
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Dr R.N. SWANSON teaches in the Department of Medieval History at the University of Birmingham.