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Author(s)Cowe, S. Peter

Tendentious translation and the evangelical imperative: religious polemic in the early armenian church

PublishedRevue des Etudes arméniennes, 22, 1990-1991, p. 97-114
SubjectsArmenia / Language / Armenian  [Browse all]
Armenia / Literature (up to End of 17th Century)  [Browse all]
Armenia / Religion, Churches  [Browse all]
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