9 edition of The riddle of the "Labarum" and the origin of Christian symbols found in the catalog.
The riddle of the "Labarum" and the origin of Christian symbols
George Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers
Bibliography: p. -92.
|Other titles||The Labarum|
|Statement||[by] George Pitt-Rivers.|
|LC Classifications||BV168.C4 P5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||66074110|
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London: Allen & Unwin. MLA Citation. Pitt-Rivers, George Henry Lane Fox. The riddle of the Labarum' and the origin of Christian symbols / [by] George Pitt-Rivers Allen & Unwin London Australian/Harvard.
^ George Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers, The riddle of the 'Labarum' and the origin of Christian symbols, Allen & Unwin,p. 28; "I can find no roots, etymology or grounds for the adoption of the word adopted by some Christans, 'Chrismon', which is supposed to mean the 'Monogram of Christ', and which appears in some dictionaries (i.e.
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