Homiliary : manuscript, [ca. 1125-ca. 1175].

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Catholic Church. Homiliary : manuscript, [ca. 1125-ca. 1175].

Homiliary : manuscript, [ca. 1125-ca. 1175].

A fragment of 3 leaves.

3 leaves, bound : vellum ; 44 cm.

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