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Page ID tracker
A page ID is a unique numerical identifier associated with a page on this website. Each page can be accessed through a unique URI based on the page ID in addition to the regular page URL. See the redirects below (methods 1 and 2). Because access controls are in place, not every page is (directly) accessible to regular visitors (as opposed to users with an account). The present intermediary page serves to provide some clarity about a page’s status and if possible, to offer links to alternative data summaries. It is also the basis of Wikidata’s property for CODECS.
Page associated with this ID
Ó Cróinín, D., “Archbishop James Ussher (1581–1656) and the history of the Easter controversy”, in Late antique calendrical thought and its reception in the early Middle Ages (2017)
Ó Cróinín (Dáibhí) 2017 bnmqlpf
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Published and accessible.