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Author
Русский: Эдершейм А. (Эдершайм)
Translator

Фивейский Михаил Павлович, свящ. (1856—1919) http://www.webcitation.org/6Tt5pcBUg

Title

Жизнь и время Иисуса Мессии

Volume

Том 1

Printer

Тип. Г. Лисснера и А. Гешеля

Year of publication

1900

Language

Russian

Source

Электронная библиотека «Религиоведение и русская религиозная философия в изданиях XVIII — начала XX вв.»

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