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Pathologiae pars prima : De Sanitatis ac Morbi Essentia, primisque Morborum Generib / a Ioan. Nicolao Stupano ex diexodica enarratione libri de morborum differentiis, summatim contracta in propositiones, & pro tribus ultimis huius Anni mensib. Octob. Novemb. & Decemb. ad disputandum proposita. Respondentib. in disputatione Prima D. Venceslao Cavino Austerlicense Moravo ad Octob. diem 12. Secunda. D. Iacobo Behrnavero Brunense Moravo ad diem 16. Novembris. Tertia. D. Ioanne Gigante Lugdense Westphalo ad Decembris diem 21.
Author, ContributorStupanus, Johann Niklaus [1542-1621] In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen Search Wikipedia for Johann Niklaus Stupanus ; Cavinus, Wenceslaus Search Wikipedia for Wenceslaus Cavinus ; Behrnauer, Jacob Search Wikipedia for Jacob Behrnauer ; Gigas, Johann Michael [1582-1637] In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen Search Wikipedia for Johann Michael Gigas
ImprintBasileae : Typis Ioann. Schroeteri, 1601
Description[36] S. ; 4°
Bibliographical referenceVD17 7:693799C ; Husner: Verzeichnis bas. med. Univ.Schriften, Nr. 419
Providing InstitutionUniversitätsbibliothek Basel, Diss 16:43
Persistent linkhttp://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-18057 
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ReferenceStupanus, Johann Niklaus: Pathologiae pars prima : De Sanitatis ac Morbi Essentia, primisque Morborum Generib. Basileae : Typis Ioann. Schroeteri, 1601. Universitätsbibliothek Basel, Diss 16:43, http://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-18057 / Public Domain Mark