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The name altar, or [thysiastērion], anciently given to the holy table. : A common-place, or theologicall discourse, in a colledge chappell, more than two yeares since

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  • "The name altar, or thysiastērion, anciently given to the holy table. A common-place, or theologicall discourse, in a colledge chappell more than two yeares since. By Joseph Mede B.D. and fellow of Christs Colledge in Cambridge"
  • "The name altar, or [thysiastērion], anciently given to the holy table. : A common-place, or theologicall discourse, in a colledge chappell, more than two yeares since"@en
  • "The name altar, or thysiast rion, anciently given to the holy table a common-place, or theologicall discourse, in a colledge chappell, more than two yeares since. By Joseph Mede B.D. and fellow of Christs Colledge in Cambridge"@en
  • "The name altar, or Thysiastērion, anciently given to the holy table a common-place, or theologicall discourse, in a colledge chappell, more than two yeares since"@en
  • "The name altar, or [Thysiastērion] : anciently given to the holy table. A common-place, or theologicall discourse in a colledge chappell, more than two yeares since"@en
  • "The name altar, or thysiastērion, anciently given to the holy table. a common-place, or theologicall discourse, in a colledge chappell more than two yeares since. By Joseph Mede B.D. and fellow of Christs Colledge in Cambridge"@en
  • "The name altar, or thysiastērion, anciently given to the holy table : A common-place, or theologicall discourse, in a colledge chappell, more than two yeares since. By Joseph Mede B.D. and fellow of Christs Colledge in Cambridge"
  • "The name altar, or Thysiastērion, anciently given to the holy table. : A common-place, or theologicall discourse, in a colledge chappell, more than two yeares since"@en
  • "The name altar, or thysiastērion, anciently given to the holy table a common-place, or theologicall discourse, in a colledge chappell more than two yeares since. By Joseph Mede B.D. and fellow of Christs Colledge in Cambridge"@en