The Book of the Foundation of Walden Monastery

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The book of the foundation of Walden Monastery / edited and translated
by Diana Greenway and Leslie Watkiss.

p. cm.--(Oxford medieval texts)

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

1. Walden Monastery (Saffron Walden, England)--History.

2. Saffron Walden (England)--Church history. I. Greenway, Diana E.

II. Watkiss, Leslie. III. Series.

BX2596.S448B66 1999

271′.10426712--dc21 98-55460

ISBN 0-19-820330-6

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Typeset in Ehrhardt
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Printed in Great Britain
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Biddles Ltd., Guildford and King's Lynn

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