Sancti Gregorii Nazianzeni, Cognomento Theologi, Opera.
Gregory of Nazianzus.$500.00
Item Number: 2174
Folio, 2 volumes. Rebound, in excellent condition. Text in Latin.
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"more poignant and human than Trumans official memoirs": First Edition of Truman Speaks; Inscribed by Harry Truman
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