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"A description of the present state of Samos, Nicaria, Patmos, and Mount Athos by Joseph Georgirenes ...; translated by one that knew the author in Constantinople."
Perigraphe tes parouses katastaseos tes Samou, Ikarias, Patmou, kai Athonos.
Georgarines, Ioseph, 17th cent.
Denton, Henry, 1633?-1681.
Translated by Henry Denton.
, 112 p.
London: Printed by W.G., and sold by Moses Pitt ..., 1678.
Wing / G536
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