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Tuba Evangelica, sive, Sermones breves et expediti in omnia festa totius anni [microform] : e sacrae scripturae viridario, & sanctorum patrum areolis excerpti / ac in ordinem digesti a R.P. Simon Rettenbacher
Bib ID 2293067
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Author
Rettenbacker, Simon, 1634-1706
 
Description Sultzbachii : Sumptibus Martini Endteri, 1688 
4 p. l., 491, [23] p. ; 17 x 21 cm. 
Series

German baroque literature ; reel 313, no. 1079.

Notes

Includes index.

Master microform held by: ResP.

Cited In

Faber du Faur, no. 1079

Reproduction Microfilm. Woodbridge, Conn. : Research Publications, 1969. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (German Baroque literature ; reel 313, no. 1079). 
Subjects Sermons.
Other authors/contributors Research Publications, Inc  |  Yale University. Library
Also Titled

Tuba Evangelica.

Sermones breves et expediti in omnia festa.


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