Saint Mary of Egypt : three medieval lives in verse /
"A prostitute become hermit, Mary of Egypt has been held up, especially to monks, as the quintessential example of compunction and conversion. First written down around AD 600, her story was translated, first into Latin by Paul the Deacon in the ninth century, and then into vernacular languages...
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Kalamazoo, Mich. :
|Series:||Cistercian studies series ;
no. 209. |
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