(PUBPaulist)A devout woman of the fourth century (perhaps a nun from Spain) traveled to the Holy Land and then wrote down penetrating observations of what she saw. Her record is of enormous importance for the fields of archaeology, church history, philology, and comparative liturgy. 294 pages, hardcover.
Written in the first part of the fifth century, this work is a charming record of the observations of a Christian woman on a lengthy pilgrimage to the Holy Lands. Her firsthand account is a work of major significance for the fields of archaeology, church history, philology and comparative liturgy.