From the Renaissance to the Counter-Reformation
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Published by Cape in London .
Written in English

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Originally published: New York : Random House, 1965.

Statementedited and with an introduction by Charles H. Carter.
ContributionsCarter, Charles H., Mattingly, Garrett, 1900-1962.
The Physical Object
Pagination437p. ;
Number of Pages437
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19653905M

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