Adomnán, Holy Places 1.20
Textual NoteEd. Bieler 1965
Translation NoteTrans. J. L. Rife
- 1 Adomnán, Adamnani de locis sanctis libri tres, in Itineraria et alia geographica, ed. Ludwig Bieler, Corpus Christianorum, series Latina 175 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1965), 175–234, ch: 1, section: 20.
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