Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Douay-Rheims = Challoner, Richard, trans. 1750. The Holy Bible Translated from the Latin Vulgat: Diligently compared with the Hebrew, Greek, and other Editions in divers Languages. And first published by the English College at Doway, Anno 1609. Newly revised, and corrected, according to the Clementin Edition of the Scriptures. With Annotations for clearing up the principal Difficulties of Holy Writ. 4 vols. 1752. The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Translated out of the Latin Vulgat: Diligently compared with the original Greek. And first published by the English College of Rhemes, Anno 1582. Newly revised, and corrected, according to the Clementin Edition of the Scriptures. With Annotations for clearing up the principal Difficulties of Holy Writ. 2 vols.

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