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Author
Русский: Григорий Богослов (Григорий Назианзин)
Title

Творения иже во святых отца нашего Григория Богослова, архиепископа Константинопольского

Volume

1

Edition

3

Publisher

Московская духовная академия (?)

Printer

Тип. М. Г. Волчанинова

Year of publication

Place of publication

Moscow

Language

Russian

Source

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