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Germanic language and Germanic Homoianism

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Germanic language and Germanic Homoianism. / Wolfe, Brendan.

Arianism: Roman Heresy & Barbarian Creed. ed. / Roland Steinacher; Guido Berndt. Routledge, 2014. p. 193-200.

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Wolfe, B 2014, Germanic language and Germanic Homoianism. in R Steinacher & G Berndt (eds), Arianism: Roman Heresy & Barbarian Creed. Routledge, pp. 193-200.

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Wolfe, B. (2014). Germanic language and Germanic Homoianism. In R. Steinacher, & G. Berndt (Eds.), Arianism: Roman Heresy & Barbarian Creed (pp. 193-200). Routledge.

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Wolfe B. Germanic language and Germanic Homoianism. In Steinacher R, Berndt G, editors, Arianism: Roman Heresy & Barbarian Creed. Routledge. 2014. p. 193-200.

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Wolfe, Brendan. / Germanic language and Germanic Homoianism. Arianism: Roman Heresy & Barbarian Creed. editor / Roland Steinacher ; Guido Berndt. Routledge, 2014. pp. 193-200

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