The Jacobean pilgrimage has always been, in history and tradition, associated with a network of land routes: large long-distance public roads that converged from points far away from Europe. There were”also” – and this is mentioned almost anecdotally or marginally – pilgrimages by sea.
This volume analyzes the history of these pilgrimages and the origin of the so-called “Camino Inglés de Santiago”, but also the current characteristics of this route, which increasingly has more pilgrims.
Coordination: Antonio Segundo Vázquez Portomeñe
VOLUME XVI. CAMINO INGLÉS
22 x 30 cm