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De natura & vsu literarum disceptatio philologica, in qua praeter vulgarias & tralatititias priscorum ac neotericorum de primis loquendi scribendiq[ue] elementis doctrinas & traditiones, noua & mustea aliqua ... in disquisitionem vocantur ... ab auctore B. a M.D.M. & C.M. Preview this item
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De natura & vsu literarum disceptatio philologica, in qua praeter vulgarias & tralatititias priscorum ac neotericorum de primis loquendi scribendiq[ue] elementis doctrinas & traditiones, noua & mustea aliqua ... in disquisitionem vocantur ... ab auctore B. a M.D.M. & C.M.

Author: B. a M.
Publisher: Monasteri[i] Westphaliae : Excudebat Bernardus Raesfelt, Anno 1638.
Edition/Format:   Book : Latin
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: B. a M.
OCLC Number: 56678372
Notes: Pref. signed B. a M.
Description: [12], 137, [11] p. ; 4o.

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