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The Climacteric of Late Medieval Camaldolese Spirituality: Ambrogio Traversari, John-Jerome of Prague, and the Linea Salutis Heremitarum.

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The Climacteric of Late Medieval Camaldolese Spirituality: Ambrogio Traversari, John-Jerome of Prague, and the Linea Salutis Heremitarum. / Hyland, William Patrick.

Florence and Beyond: Culture, Society and Politics in Renaissance Italy. ed. / Daniel Bornstein; David Peterson. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2008. p. 107-120 (Essays and Studies; Vol. 15).

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Harvard

Hyland, WP 2008, The Climacteric of Late Medieval Camaldolese Spirituality: Ambrogio Traversari, John-Jerome of Prague, and the Linea Salutis Heremitarum. in D Bornstein & D Peterson (eds), Florence and Beyond: Culture, Society and Politics in Renaissance Italy. Essays and Studies, vol. 15, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, pp. 107-120.

APA

Hyland, W. P. (2008). The Climacteric of Late Medieval Camaldolese Spirituality: Ambrogio Traversari, John-Jerome of Prague, and the Linea Salutis Heremitarum. In D. Bornstein, & D. Peterson (Eds.), Florence and Beyond: Culture, Society and Politics in Renaissance Italy (pp. 107-120). (Essays and Studies; Vol. 15). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Vancouver

Hyland WP. The Climacteric of Late Medieval Camaldolese Spirituality: Ambrogio Traversari, John-Jerome of Prague, and the Linea Salutis Heremitarum. In Bornstein D, Peterson D, editors, Florence and Beyond: Culture, Society and Politics in Renaissance Italy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 2008. p. 107-120. (Essays and Studies).

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Hyland, William Patrick. / The Climacteric of Late Medieval Camaldolese Spirituality: Ambrogio Traversari, John-Jerome of Prague, and the Linea Salutis Heremitarum.Florence and Beyond: Culture, Society and Politics in Renaissance Italy. editor / Daniel Bornstein ; David Peterson. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2008. pp. 107-120 (Essays and Studies).

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