XVth century guide-book to the principal churches of Rome

by William Brewyn

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Statementcompiled c. 1470 by William Brewyn ; translated from the Latin, with introd. and notes, by C. Eveleigh Woodruff.
ContributionsWoodruff, Charles Eveleigh.
LC ClassificationsBX1548.R6
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Open LibraryOL22251840M
ISBN 100404163742

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brewyn, William, active XVth century guide-book to the principal churches of Rome. London, Marshall Press, Get this from a library. A XVth century guide-book to the principal churches of Rome. [William Brewyn; C Eveleigh Woodruff]. 4) The authors don't and couldn't include all of Rome's churches.

So, you will need to do some research to see if they missed some of the churches that hit your own interests. In my case, it was Sant' Ivo alla Sapienzia, which I can't imagine visiting Rome and not seeing.

4) This book contains no information about the opening times of the churches/5(25). This was a great book to familiarize myself with the churches in Rome. I was writing a report about some of the churches and it was nice to see their location.

Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Toborowsky. out of 5 stars A must-have for "church-hopping" in Rome!/5(3). A XVth. Century guide book to the principal churches of Rome compiled ca. by William Brewyn (London: The Marshall Press, ).

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