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Currus Triumphalis, quo Præstantissimus & Doctissimus Juvenis, Dn. Jacobus Burckhardus, Magnorvm In Philosophia, Et Jvre Virorvm Filius Et Nepos, Ex Decretop Amplissimi Senatvs Philosophici, inter alios, supremæ in Philosophiâ Laureæ Candidatos, Princeps, superatis voluptatibus, aliisque infensis rei literariæ hostibus, Victor, in Rauraci Apollinis Capitolium, vehebatur, D. XIX. Februarii, Anni M DC LXI / structus, festinante, sed amicâ, manu Joh. Jacobi Gantesvileri, In Illustrissimorvm Nassoviæ Principum Scholâ Academicâ, quæ Herbornæ est, moralis & rationalis Philosophiæ Professoris, ac Pædagogearchæ
Author, ContributorGantesweiler, Johann Jacob [1631-1691] In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen Search Wikipedia for Johann Jacob Gantesweiler ; Burckhardt, Jacob [1642-1720] In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen Search Wikipedia for Jacob Burckhardt
ImprintBasilieæ : Typis Georg[ii] Deckeri, Universitatis Typographi, 1661
Description1 ungezähltes Blatt : fol.
LanguageLatin
Providing InstitutionUniversitätsbibliothek Basel, Diss 268:4
Persistent linkhttp://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-20917 
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ReferenceGantesweiler, Johann Jacob: Currus Triumphalis, quo Præstantissimus & Doctissimus Juvenis, Dn. Jacobus Burckhardus, Magnorvm In Philosophia, Et Jvre Virorvm Filius Et Nepos, Ex Decretop [...]. Basilieæ : Typis Georg[ii] Deckeri, Universitatis Typographi, 1661. Universitätsbibliothek Basel, Diss 268:4, http://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-20917 / Public Domain Mark