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Originally published in 1913, this book presents a detailed history of the Lérins Islands, from the foundation of the monastery of the Lérins around the year 410 up until the time of publication. The text followed upon a 1903 text by the author on the life of Caesarius of Arles, who trained as a monk on the Lérins. Numerous illustrative figures, an appendix section and bibliography are also included. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the Lérins and their history.
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- Date Published: June 2013
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781107615465
- length: 374 pages
- dimensions: 216 x 140 x 21 mm
- weight: 0.48kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
2. The mainland of the Lerins
3. The islands of the Lerins
4. The golden age
5. The great theologian, Vincent
6. The apostle of Ireland
7. John Cassian, the great organiser, systematiser and writer
8. The founder of Lerins. S. Honoratus, Archbishop of Arles
A nursery of bishops
9. Caesarius, bishop and saint
10. Hilary, Archbishop of Arles
11. Faustus, the bishop of the 'Via Media'
12. Lupus, the Prince of Prelates
14. Some minor prelates. Valerian. Maximus. James, Bishop of Moustiers. Veranus. Salonius. Appolonarius. Siffred. Virgilius
15. The master of bishops. Salvianus
16. Worldly prosperity. The 8th to the 15th centuries
17. The day of decay
18. Some later writers of Lerins
19. From secularisation to the present day
Appendix. Ancient buildings, treasures, inscriptions and monuments
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