New York : Paulist Press, 1991.
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xvi, 272 p.; 22 cm
Lord of the Four Quarters, primarily an anthology of texts and reproduction of works of art and ritual objects, is an imaginative study of the myths of celestial and terrestrial kingship on the image of the Royal Father.
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