This work charts the history of first Christian centuries. Volume two considers the artistic heritage of the movement, exploring architecture in the first five centuries, art, music and literature. Further chapters examine both internal and external challenges to Christianity. The book concludes with profiles of the most notable figures of the age.
The illustrated card covers are in near fine condition, clean and bright, with only very mild flaws.
The binding is very tight.
Inside, the book is clean and in fine condition.
The Early Christian World: Volume 2
Philip F. Esler
- Publisher: Routledge, 2004
- First edition
- 1342 pages