City of God

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: City of God, Volume I: Books 1-3City of God, Volume I: Books 1-3Augustine
McCracken, George E.
HARDCOVER01/01/1957$28.00
Cover: City of God, Volume II: Books 4-7City of God, Volume II: Books 4-7Augustine
Green, William M.
HARDCOVER01/01/1963$28.00
Cover: City of God, Volume III: Books 8-11City of God, Volume III: Books 8-11Augustine
Wiesen, David S.
HARDCOVER01/01/1968$28.00
Cover: City of God, Volume IV: Books 12-15City of God, Volume IV: Books 12-15Augustine
Levine, Philip
HARDCOVER01/01/1966$28.00
Cover: City of God, Volume V: Books 16-18.35City of God, Volume V: Books 16-18.35Augustine
Sanford, Eva M.
Green, William M.
HARDCOVER01/01/1965$28.00
Cover: City of God, Volume VI: Books 18.36-20City of God, Volume VI: Books 18.36-20Augustine
Greene, William Chase
HARDCOVER01/01/1960$28.00
Cover: City of God, Volume VII: Books 21-22City of God, Volume VII: Books 21-22Augustine
Green, William M.
HARDCOVER01/01/1972$28.00
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