Becoming an anchorite
in Hermits and anchorites in England, 1200–1550
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A selection of sources that traces the progress of an anchoritic vocation from its first stirrings up to formal profession and enclosure. The sources span the full chronological range of the volume, from twelfth to sixteenth century, and include legal and administrative documents, liturgy and less formal works of guidance.

Editor: E.A. Jones

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