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Author: Saint Cyprian
Title: The writings of Cyprian, bishop of Carthage (Volume 1)
Publisher: Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark
Subject (keywords, tags): Theology -- Early works to 1800

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I. Containing the epistles and some of the treatises -- II. Containing the remainder of the treatises, together with the writings of Novatian, Minucius Felix, etc


Contributor: Wellesley College Library
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