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Author
Berčic, Ivan, 1824-1870.
Bukvar staroslovenskoga jezika glagolskimi pismeni za citanje crkvenih knjig
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Berčić, Ivan
Publisher
Prague
Printer
Haase, Bogumil
Title
Bukvar staroslovenskoga jezika glagolskimi pismeni za citanje crkvenih knjig
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A Croato-Glagolitic abecedary.
Language Croatian
Publication date 1860
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current11:40, 1 March 2017Thumbnail for version as of 11:40, 1 March 20171,238 × 2,098, 90 pages (4 MB)Renamed user 1n2n3n4n5nI have added a version without the Google pages for legal reasons.
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