Of Earth and Heaven - Art from the Middle Ages.pdf

Of Earth and Heaven - Art from the Middle Ages

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Prayers of the Middle Ages, by Various This eBook ... O Lord Jesus Christ, who art the ineffable joy of Christians, take away from us ... O Lord God, King of heaven and earth, may it please Thee this day to order ...

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