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Summarium

Taxe cancellarie apostolice taxe sacre penitentiarie  s:Latin:Index:Taxe cancellarie apostolice.djvu
Auctor
Catholic church
Publisher
Jacobi, Parisiis
Titulus
Taxe cancellarie apostolice taxe sacre penitentiarie
Descriptio
Taxe sacre penitentiarie apostolice; taxae cancellariae apostolicae and taxae sacrae poenitentiariae apostolicae
Lingua latin
Publication date 1520
publication_date QS:P577,+1520-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Fons
Internet Archive identifier
: taxe-cancellarie-apostolice
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