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CHRISTIANITY in Roman Britain was distinct from that of the rest of Europe, David Petts argues in this book which is an introduction to the subject. He looks at the historical background, at the Church, and at becoming, being and dying as a Christian. He makes particular reference to archaeology (Tempus Books, £17.99 (Church Times Bookshop £16.20); 0-7524-2540-4).

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