Libri Psalmorum versio antiqua Latina;: cum paraphrasi Anglo-Saxonica, partim soluta oratione, partim metrice composita. Nunc primum e cod. Ms. in Bibl. Regia Parisiensi adservato

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E Typographeo Academico., 1835 - 446

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