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History of flagellation among different nations : a narrative of the strange customs and cruelties of the Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, etc. : with an account of its practice among the early Christians as a religious stimulant and corrector of morals : also anecdotes of remarkable cases of flogging and of celebrated flagellants : with numerous illustrations.

Publication:
New York : Medical Publishing Co., 1903.
Format/Description:
Book
118 p., [9] leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm.
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Subjects:
Flagellants and flagellation -- History.
Notes:
"The present brief treatise is a reprint of a book published some years ago ... The work is anonymous both as to author and publisher. According to the unknown author's preface the facts are taken from "Historia flagellantium," by the Abbe Jacobus Boileau ... "--P. 5.
Local notes:
Penn Libraries copy wants title page and prelims up to p.3.
Penn Chronology:
1903
Contributor:
Boileau, Jacobus, 1635-1716.
OCLC:
2561687