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Title: Woman under monasticism: chapters on saint-lore and convent life between A.D. 500 and A.D. 1500: electronic text
Author: Eckenstein, Lina, d. 1931
Principal: Walden, Barbara.
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TEI Markup: Balgamis, A. Deniz

UW-Madison Libraries' Digital Production Facility, Steven Dast, head

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Submitter: Walden, Barbara

Edition: UW-Madison TEI edition
Extent: ca. 1.28 Mb
Publisher: University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries
Place: Madison, Wisconsin
issue-id: History.EckenWoman
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Copyright 2003 Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System.

Date: March 3, 2003
Series: The History Collection / Historical Primary Sources

Source Text

Title: Woman under monasticism: chapters on saint-lore and convent life between A.D. 500 and A.D. 1500
Author: Eckenstein, Lina, d. 1931
Extent: xv, 496 p.
Publisher: University Press
Place: Cambridge
Date: 1896
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Encoding Description

Historical Primary Sources: Texts from Collections of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries is a project intended to bring to a wider audience a selection of historical primary source materials which might otherwise no longer be available in the collections of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Materials selected for this project are owned in the original by the UW-Madison Libraries, but because of age, condition, and vulnerability, most can no longer be circulated. Further, because of their content and importance, these materials warrant the additional search and retrieval capability which can be provided by SGML encoding using the standards of the Text Encoding Initiative. Until selected for this project, these texts were not available in electronic editions meeting these standards. In addition, even after the passage of many years since their first publication, these materials remain of interest to, and in demand by, the community of historical researchers served by the UW-Madison libraries.

Encoded according to Guidelines for Markup of Electronic Texts: UW-Madison Libraries, version 2.0, Reading Level. http://uwdcc.library.wisc.edu/resources/etext/TEIGuidelines.shtml

No correction or normalization has been made to the source text.

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Quotation and all other punctuation marks have been retained in the transcription.

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