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Georgii Pachymerii Hieromnemonis, in universam fere Aristotelis philosophiam epitome : in qua et aliorum philosophorum, qui ante post ipsum claruere, dogmata, sic enarrantur, ut iusti commentarii instar esse possit Preview this item
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Georgii Pachymerii Hieromnemonis, in universam fere Aristotelis philosophiam epitome : in qua et aliorum philosophorum, qui ante post ipsum claruere, dogmata, sic enarrantur, ut iusti commentarii instar esse possit

Author: Georgius, Pachymeres.; Philipp Bech
Publisher: Basileae : Frobenius & Episcopius, 1560.
Edition/Format:   Book : Latin
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Georgius, Pachymeres.; Philipp Bech
OCLC Number: 634807141
Description: [10] Bl., 372 S., [4] Bl., 158 S. ; 2.
Other Titles: In universam fere Aristotelis philosophiam epitome
Responsibility: e Graeco in Latinum sermonem nunc primum summa fide ac diligentia conversa a ... Philippo Bechio.

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