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Anti-Febbronio : di Francescantonio Zaccaria ... O sia apologia storico-polemico del primato del Papa gia consacrata alla santita di Clemente XIII
Bib ID 2712660
Format BookBook
Author
Zaccaria, Francesco Antonio, 1714-1795
 
Edition Edizione seconda, notabilimente accresciuta. 
Description Cesna : Per Gregorio Biasini, 1770 
4v. ; 16 cm. (8vo) 
Notes

Includes index.

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