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Jo: Marii Philelphi, Francisci Filii, Poetae Itali, Epitomata : ad Illustrem Sigismundum Malatestam Arimini Principem, in quatuor Libellos ab Auctore distributa ; Primam lucem post ipsa duo Secula typis publicis hodie subeuntia ... ex Autographo, in Illustri & Celeberrima Bibliotheca August ... contento ...
AuthorPhilelphus, Johannes Marius In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen Search Wikipedia for Johannes Marius Philelphus
ParticipantsClosius, Samuel In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen Search Wikipedia for Samuel Closius ; Kilian, B. Search Wikipedia for B. Kilian
Printer / publisherStern, Heinrich In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen Search Wikipedia for Heinrich Stern
PublishedWolferbyti : Typis Sterniis, 1662
Description[2] Bl., 25 S., [2] Bl., 176 S ; 8° : Kupfert
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Hrsg.: Samuel Closius
Bibl. ReferenceVD17 23:296002G
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VD1723:296002G
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ReferencePhilelphus, Johannes Marius: Jo: Marii Philelphi, Francisci Filii, Poetae Itali, Epitomata : ad Illustrem Sigismundum Malatestam Arimini Principem, in quatuor Libellos ab Auctore distributa ; Primam lucem post ipsa duo Secula typis publicis hodie [...]. Wolferbyti : Typis Sterniis, 1662. Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Bremen, IV.c.0514Public Domain Mark 1.0