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Admodum reverendi patris Antonii Vieira e Societate Jesu ... sermons selectissimi, foecunditate materiarum, sublimitate, subtilitate & acumine conceptuum admirabiles : idiomate lusitanico conscripti & variis typis evulgati, nunc in Cartusia Coloniensi latinitate donati
Bib ID 2702236
Format BookBook
Author
Vieira, Antonio, 1608-1697
 
Description Colonioe Agrippinoe: Hermanni Demen, 1707-08 
5 v. in 1 ; 21 cm. (4to) 
Notes

T.p. in red and black.

Includes indexes.

Subjects Catholic Church -- Sermons.

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