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Christian East, its institutions & its thought

a critical reflection : papers of the International Scholary [sic] Congress for the 75th Anniversary of the Pontifical Oriental Institute, Rome, 30 May-5 June 1993

by International Scholarly Congress for the 75th Anniversary of the Pontifical Oriental Institute (1993 Rome, Italy)

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Published by Pontificio Istituto orientale in Roma .
Written in English

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      Other titlesChristian East, its institutions and its thought
      Statementedited by Robert F. Taft.
      SeriesOrientalia Christiana analecta ;, 251
      ContributionsTaft, Robert F.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX106.2 I57 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination704 p. :
      Number of Pages704
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL739611M
      ISBN 108872103118
      LC Control Number97131120

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Christian East, its institutions & its thought by International Scholarly Congress for the 75th Anniversary of the Pontifical Oriental Institute (1993 Rome, Italy) Download PDF EPUB FB2

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