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The Papal monarchy : from St. Gregory the Great to Boniface VIII, (590-1303)
Bib ID 898681
Format BookBook
Author
Barry, William, 1849-1930
 
Description London : Fisher Unwin, 1902 
xviii, 435 p. : ill., maps. 
Series

Story of the nations (London, England) ;

Subjects Papacy -- History -- To 1309.  |  Italy -- History.  |  Rome -- History.
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