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Religious Ceremonies and Customs, a translation of Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples représésentés par des figures dessinées par Bernard Picart

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Religious Ceremonies and Customs, or the Forms of Worship Practised by the Several Nations of the Known World, from the Earliest Records to the Present Time. On the Basis of the Celebrated and Splendid Work of Bernard Picart. To Which Is Added, a Brief View of Minor Sects, Which Exist at the Present Day; Designed Especially for the Use of Families; Not Only as Entertaining and Instructive, but of Great Importance as a Work of Reference.

by Charles A. Goodrich and William Burder.

Detail of all the world's religions[1]




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