Howard Nelson, 2012
86 pages, Paperback
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Focusing on Rome as an early 9th Century pilgrim would have seen it.
Charlemagne came to Rome to be crowned the first Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III on Christmas Day 800.
A pilgrim’s guide, now known as The Einsiedeln Itineraries, to the mainly Christian sights of the Rome still survives and is one of the earliest pilgrim guides ever written.
This guide will take you off the beaten track of the usual tourist sights of Rome, into the history and architecture of the eternal city.
|Dimensions||21.5 × 15 × 0.8 cm|