No. XIII; or, the Story of the Lost Vestal: a Story of Rome and Britain
||Marshall, Emma (Martin)
||Date of Publication:
||Brit, Rome, Alexandria
||early 4th cent AD (Code: 8c3)
||"Early fourth century AD. Hyacintha, a Roman girl brought up in Britain, becomes a vestal and is happy until, as chief vestal, she learns about Christianity. She dies baptized but a jealous successor removes her statuary inscription." (Kelly) --- Kaye (pp 92-3) says it describes life under Diocletian & Constantine & includes the martyrdom of St Alban in Brit.
||Rp. New York: Munro, 1886; Cassell, 1888.
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