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by George Zarnecki

ePub Monastic Achievement (Library of Mediaeval Civilization S.) download
George Zarnecki
Thames & Hudson Ltd; First edition (November 13, 1972)
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The Monastic Achievement book.

The Monastic Achievement book. In this volume of Thames & Hudson's Library of Medieval Civilization, Zarnecki gives us the history of the monastic movement primarily interested in the art and architecture of the monastic world. This book has five chapters: 'Monastic Origins', 'To the Limits of My brother Michael got me this book for Christmas, and when I started it, I was thinking that somehow it would be a history of monasticism pure and simple. But it isn't - probably because such a thing could hardly ever be written.

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George Jerzy Zarnecki (Polish: Jerzy Żarnecki), CBE, FBA, FSA (12 September 1915 – 8 September 2008) was a Polish Professor of History of Art. He was a scholar of Medieval art and English Romanesque sculpture, an area of study where he did pioneering.

Zarnecki was born in Stara Osota, then in Russia, but now part of the Ukraine. His parents were Polish speaking, his father was a Polish convert from Judaism and his mother was Russian Catholic.

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