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masque of learning and its many meanings
Geddes, Patrick Sir
|Statement||devised and interpreted by Patrick Geddes.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||80|
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The masque of ancient learning and its many meanings. A pageant of education from primitive to celtic times devised and interpreted by Patrick Geddes. Edinburgh, Patrick Geddes & colleagues The Outlook Tower Dramatisations of History.
I, The Masque of Ancient Learning and its Many Meanings. A Pageant of Education from Primitive to Celtic Times. II, The Masque of Medieval and Modern Learning and Its Many Meanings.
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