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Auto Da Fé

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A seguinte representação foi representada em Almeirim ao mui poderoso Rei D. Manuel. Cuja invenção é, que estando nas matinas do Natal, entram dous pastores simpres na capela; e estando maravilhados no pontifical de todas aquelas cousas, entra a Fé, que lhes declara a significação delas.(Portuguese Edition)
Kindle Edition, 14 pages
Published May 9th 2010 by Edições Vercial
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