2 edition of Hesburgh"s Notre Dame found in the catalog.
Hesburgh"s Notre Dame
Joel R. Connelly
|Statement||by Joel R. Connelly and Howard J. Dooley. Foreword by Andrew M. Greeley.|
|Contributions||Dooley, Howard J.|
|LC Classifications||LD4113 .C66 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 305 p.|
|Number of Pages||305|
|LC Control Number||74038983|
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The University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Libraries has acquired a late 11th-century Greek codex containing the works of pseudo-Maximus the Confessor. This Greek codex is an exceptionally significant pre-modern manuscript. It is now the oldest bound book in the department’s collection and is among the University’s most exceptional items.
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