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Warhaffte, kurtze Beschreibung dess seligen Absterbens, dess hochwürdigsten, andächtigsten in Gott Vaters uund Herren H. Cardinals Caroli Borromei, weylandt Ertzbischoffs zu Meylandt / neuwlich auss der italienischen in die teutsche Sprach verdolmetschet [von Sebastian Werro]
Author, ContributorTarugi, Bernardino Search Wikipedia for Bernardino Tarugi ; Werro, Sebastian [1555-1614] Search Wikipedia for Sebastian Werro
ImprintGetruckt zu Freyburg in Uchtlandt : bey Abraham Gemperlin, 1586
Description[6], 81, [1] S. ; 8⁰ (15 cm)
LanguageGerman
Bibliographical referenceSchnürer, Lioba. - Die Anfänge des Buchdrucks in Freiburg in der Schweiz 1585-1605. - Freiburg : 1944, Nr. 7, S. 69-70
Bibliographical referenceBosson, A. - L'Atelier typographique de Fribourg. Bibliographie raisonnée des imprimés 1585-1816. - Fribourg : BCUF, 2009, n⁰ 8
Providing InstitutionBibliothèque cantonale et universitaire Fribourg, FRIB 1586/2
Persistent linkhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-10317 
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ReferenceTarugi, Bernardino: Warhaffte, kurtze Beschreibung dess seligen Absterbens, dess hochwürdigsten, andächtigsten in Gott Vaters uund Herren H. Cardinals Caroli Borromei, weylandt [...]. Getruckt zu Freyburg in Uchtlandt : bey Abraham Gemperlin, 1586. Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire Fribourg, FRIB 1586/2, http://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-10317 / Public Domain Mark