The Medieval Manichee. A Study of the Christian Dualist Heresy

By: Runciman, Steven

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UK: Cambridge University Press, 1947. Mani who gave his name to the manichaen sect began preaching in Mesopotamia in 242, and was matyred 34 yrs later. His doctrines derived from Zoroastrianism though he called himself an Apostle of jesus. Runciman traces the history of all the offshoots of the dualist tradition in christianity from the Gnostic beginnings to its final florescence in the middle ages. CONDITION Burgundy cloth boards with gilt title, light sunning to top and bottom edges of spine, light foxing to eps, interior pristine, pp212 , original wrapper foxed with tear to both front edges and a piece missing at top and bottom spine corresponding with sunning. A tight clean copy with a fairly bright d/w.. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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