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Henri Leclercq

(1869—1945)


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(1869–1945),

Benedictine scholar. A Belgian by birth, from 1914 he lived in London. He was a prolific writer, especially concerned with the history of Latin Christianity; much of his work is inaccurate. The latter part of the Dictionnaire d'archéologie chrétienne et de liturgie (ed. by F. Cabrol and himself, 1903–53) was almost entirely Leclercq's work.

Subjects: Christianity.


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