Primitive Christianity or, The religion of the ancient Christians in the first ages of the Gospel by William Cave

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Statementto which is added An historical account of paganism under the first Christian Emperors, etc. with an introductory essay and notes, by the Rev. William Trollope.
ContributionsTrollope, William, 1798-1863,
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Pagination2 vol.
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