Antonio Perez, Spanish traitor. by Gregorio MaraГ±Гіn

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  • Pérez, Antonio, -- d. 1611,
  • Spain -- History -- Philip II, 1556-1598

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Other titlesT. C. R. Horn Collection.
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Paginationxiv, 382 p.
Number of Pages382
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Open LibraryOL13568624M

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