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Ascensio Isaiae

Deutsch: Himmelfahrt des Jesaja oder Martyrium des Jesaja.
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Source Scan from Die Ascensio Isaiae als Heiligenlegende, Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Theologie, 21 (1878), p. 330-353.
Author Oskar Leopold von Gebhardt
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