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De Christianis Apvd Iaponios Trivmphis Sive De Gravissima Ibidem Contra Christi Fidem Persecvtione Exorta Anno M DC XII Vsq. Ad Annvm M DC XX Libri Qvinq : In annos totidem summa cum fide ex annuis Societatis Iexv litteris continua historiæ serie distributi ... / Auctore P. Nicolao Trigautio eiusdem Societatis Sacerdote Belga Duacensi ; cum Raderi Avctario Et Iconibvs Sadelerianis
Author, ContributorTrigault, Nicolas [1577-1628] In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen Search Wikipedia for Nicolas Trigault ; Sadeler, Raphael [1560-1632] In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen Search Wikipedia for Raphael Sadeler
ImprintMonachii : Raphael Sadeler, M DC XXIII
Description8 ungezählte Blätter, 518 Seiten, 1 ungezähltes Blatt : Illustrationen ; 4°
LanguageLatin
Bibliographical referenceVD17 23:238254E
Providing InstitutionZentralbibliothek Zürich, Re 216
Persistent linkhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-55022 
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ReferenceTrigault, Nicolas: De Christianis Apvd Iaponios Trivmphis Sive De Gravissima Ibidem Contra Christi Fidem Persecvtione Exorta Anno M DC XII Vsq. Ad Annvm M DC XX Libri Qv [...] : In annos totidem summa cum fide ex annuis Societatis Iexv litteris continua historiæ serie distributi ... Monachii : Raphael Sadeler, M DC XXIII. Zentralbibliothek Zürich, Re 216, http://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-55022 / Public Domain Mark