Pilgrim Paths In Latin Lands by Dom Bede Camm


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London: Macdonald & Evans, 1923. First edition, first impression. 278pp. Illustrated by Joseph Pike with fifty-five plates in monochrome of the various monasteries visited on the author's travels. Light-wear to jacket, corners rubbed, a very good copy.

An illustrated travelogue detailing visits to monasteries across Europe and Western Asia. Specifically, exploring monastic dwellings and towns across Italy, France, Jerusalem and Bethlehem. 

Dom Bede Camm (1864-1942) was a noted historian of Roman Catholicism in England. A Benedictine monk of Downside Abbey, he was also Master of the Downside School of Studies in Cambridge and a martyrologist.