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Sēmeiōtikē universalis, de quinque generaliss. fontibus signorum, ex quibus omnia signa desumuntur, ad partes affectas, affectusque earum cognoscendos / a Ioan. Nicolao Stupano ... in theses digesta & menstruis anni 1609. Disputationibus ... dicata. Respondentibus in Disput. 1. D. Michaele Gichtl Ratisponense 10. Ianuarii. 2. D. Gregorio Mättigio Budissino Lusato. 3. D. Daniele Styrkolszky Boëmo. 4. D. Iacobo Mieg Basiliense. 5. D. Andrea Malacreda Rheto Vulturen. 6. D. Tobia Dornero Ravenspurgense. 7. D. M. Germano Obermeyer Basiliens. 8. D. M. Emanuele Stupano [Basiliens.] Ad diem cuiusque mensis, qui suo tempore affixa tabella denuntiabitur
Author, ContributorStupanus, Johann Niklaus [1542-1621] ; Gichtl, Michael ; Mättig, Gregor [1585-1650] ; Styrkolszky, Daniel ; Mieg, Jacob ; Malacreda, Andrea ; Dorner, Tobias ; Obermeyer, Germanus [1588-1655] ; Stupanus, Emmanuel [1587-1664]
ImprintBasileae : Ex Officina Iohannis Schroeteri, 1609
Description[36] S. ; 19 cm (4°)
LanguageLatin
Bibliographical referenceVD17 7:693843E ; Husner: Verzeichnis bas. med. Univ.Schriften, Nr. 597
Providing InstitutionUniversitätsbibliothek Basel, Diss 31:33
Persistent linkhttps://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-17634 
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ReferenceStupanus, Johann Niklaus: Sēmeiōtikē universalis, de quinque generaliss. fontibus signorum, ex quibus omnia signa desumuntur, ad partes affectas, affectusque earum cognoscendos. Basileae : Ex Officina Iohannis Schroeteri, 1609. Universitätsbibliothek Basel, Diss 31:33, https://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-17634 / Public Domain Mark