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The People of the Parish: Community Life in a Late Medieval English Diocese (The Middle Ages Series) [Hardcover]

Katherine L. French
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Because the parish served as a religious focal point for both urban and rural Christians, it was the center for a variety of associations and obligations that encompassed all aspects of life. Read the first page
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