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Rerum naturalium septem & naturalis hominum constitut. delineatio / ... ab Emman. Stupano ... Professore ordinar. pro anni praesentis agonibus menstruis ... instituendis. Et interrogant. responsur. D. Alexand. Disio, Delphin. Gall. d. 6. Febr. D. Martino Heinico, Cament. Lusat. d. 12. Mart. D. Iohan. Erb, Posnaniens. Polono, d. 23. April. D. Philippo Melancht. Weisseburg. d. 21. Maii. D. Ierem. Cneuwlin, August. Vindel. d. 25. Iunii. D. Philipp. Conrado Brettel, Neostad. Pal. d. 23. Iul. D. Ioh. Christ. Ingolstetter, Amberg. [Pal.] d. 27. Aug. ... publice ad ventilandum proposita
Author, ContributorStupanus, Emmanuel [1587-1664] ; Disius, Alexandre ; Heinicus, Martin [1601-1629] ; Erb, Johannes ; Melanchthon, Philipp [ca. 17. Jh] ; Cneuwlin, Ieremias ; Brettel, Philipp Conrad ; Ingolstetter, Johann Christoph
ImprintBasileae : Typis Ioh. Schroeteri, Ann. 1628
Description[20] S. ; 4°
LanguageLatin
Bibliographical referenceVD17 23:266353D ; Husner: Verzeichnis bas. med. Univ.Schriften, Nr. 946
Providing InstitutionUniversitätsbibliothek Basel, Diss 22:68
Persistent linkhttps://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-17510 
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ReferenceStupanus, Emmanuel: Rerum naturalium septem & naturalis hominum constitut. delineatio. Basileae : Typis Ioh. Schroeteri, Ann. 1628. Universitätsbibliothek Basel, Diss 22:68, https://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-17510 / Public Domain Mark