|Author:||Panter, Patrick, ca. 1470-1519.|
|Title:||De non temerandis ecclesiis. Whereof, the name and sacrednesse of churches: (against those, who in contempt call them steeple-houses) proposed, by way of conference. / By P. Panter, Doctor in Divinitie.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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De non temerandis ecclesiis. Whereof, the name and sacrednesse of churches: (against those, who in contempt call them steeple-houses) proposed, by way of conference. / By P. Panter, Doctor in Divinitie.
Panter, Patrick, ca. 1470-1519.
London: Printed for Thomas Vere, dwelling at the upper end of the Old-Bayly, 1650.
Church buildings -- Nomenclature
DE NON TEMERANDIS ECCLESIIS.