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Joannis Calvini commentarii in Isaiam prophetam. Nunc demum ab ipso authore recogniti, locupletati, magnoque labore et cura expoliti. Additi sunt duo indices : prior rerum et sententiarum, posterior vero locorum utriusque Testamenti, quos in his commentariis aut ipse author interpretatur, aut apposite ad sensum suum accommodat.
Author, ContributorCalvin, Jean Search Wikipedia for Jean Calvin ; Des Gallars, Nicolas Search Wikipedia for Nicolas Des Gallars
ImprintGenève : Jean Crespin, 1559
Description[16], 560, [44] p. ; In-2°
LanguageLatin
Bibliographical referenceGLN-416 ; Adams, Cambridge, C 294 ; Bibliotheca calviniana, n° 59/1 ; Cat. Stroehlin, n° 1462 ; CDM, p. 38 ; Erichson, Calviniana, p. 20 ; Gilmont, Bibl. Crespin, n° 59/4 ; Haag-Bordier, t. 3, col. 599, n° XLIV ; IDC Calvin, CL-61/1 (Genève BPU) ; Index aureliensis, n° 129.950 ; NUC, NBi 0036343 ; O.C., t. 36, c. 7-10 ; Shaw, Cathedral Libr., 2, C 232 ; STC Edinburgh, p. 51
Providing InstitutionBibliothèque de Genève, CP Bca 15
Persistent linkhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-2662 
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ReferenceCalvin, Jean: Joannis Calvini commentarii in Isaiam prophetam. Nunc demum ab ipso authore recogniti, locupletati, magnoque labore et cura expoliti. Additi sunt duo indices [...]. Genève : Jean Crespin, 1559. Bibliothèque de Genève, CP Bca 15, http://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-2662 / Public Domain Mark