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New Year high hopes.
Monkey view your fresh.
It was an elite circle of friends.
The purity of the language here. Read more
When I visited St Peters it's beauty and grandeur captivated me. I left needing to understand the origins of this most beautiful of buildings and reading this book was the start... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Slugo
A bit choppy. It covers a lot of facts and history, popes and artist/architects. Reading it refreshed my memory and taught me new material on the history of Europe. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Blue&White
I HAVE MET A MATE, ALAS... TOO LATE
I am well along in this book by R.A. Scotti. And I pause now to tell everyone to find and read this book. Read more
This book's history of St. Peter's is amazing, but its history of Christianity in Rome is even better. Great read.Published 2 months ago by Gary S. Appel
Great read and a must for those visiting or revisiting Rome.
Interesting and well written.
I loved this story from leaving the beach at Ostia to meet the Pope to an in depth look at the construction of St Peter's a great story and well told.Published 5 months ago by John Stults