THE HOLY SEPULCHRE AND THE TEMPLE AT JERUSALEM BEING THE SUBSTANCE OF TWO LECTURES DELIVERED IN THE ROYAL INSTITUTION CAMBRIDGE LIBRARY COLLECTION ARCHAEOLOGY

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The Holy Sepulchre And The Temple At Jerusalem

Author : James Fergusson
ISBN : 9781108080637
Genre : History
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This 1865 publication presents Fergusson's controversial views on the location of two of Jerusalem's most important religious buildings.
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Gre Patrologiae Cursus Complet

Author : J. -P (Jacques-Paul) 1800-1875 Migne
ISBN : 136380359X
Genre : History
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