Pilgrim Paths In Latin Lands by Dom Bede Camm


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London: Macdonald & Evans, 1923. First edition, first impression. 278 pages. Illustrated by Joseph Pike with fifty-five plates in monochrome of the various monasteries visited on the author's travels. Dust jacket shows light wear and slightly grubby, cook is near-fine. 

An illustrated travelogue detailing visiting 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.