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Institutio christianae religionis, in libros quatuor nunc primum digesta, certisque distincta capitibus, ad aptissimam methodum : aucta etiam tam magna accessione ut propemodum opus novum haberi possit. Joanne Calvino authore.
Author, ContributorCalvin, Jean Search Wikipedia for Jean Calvin
Imprint[Genève] : Robert I Estienne, 1559
Description[16], 564, [28] p. ; In-2°
LanguageLatin
Bibliographical referenceGLN-424 ; Adams, Cambridge, C 360 ; Bibliotheca calviniana, n° 59/4 ; Calvin (Expos. 1935), n° 243 ; Cat. BN Hung., C 103 ; CDM, p. 38 ; Débuts (Expos. 1959), n° 169 ; Erichson, Calviniana, p. 19 ; Gustin, Séminaire de Liège, C 10 ; Haag-Bordier, t. 3, col. 551, n° IV ; IDC Calvin, CL-14/1 (Genève BPU) ; Index aureliensis, n° 129.952 ; Machiels, Univ. Gent, C 51 ; Malicki, BJ 16, n° C-151 ; O.C., t. 1, p. XXXIX-XLII ; O.S., t. 3, p. XXXVI-XLIII, n° 1 ; Peach, Cat. Poitiers, n° 373 ; Shaw, Cathedral Libr., 2, C 298 ; STC Edinburgh, p. 77
Providing InstitutionBibliothèque de Genève, Bc 64*
Persistent linkhttp://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-2664 
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ReferenceCalvin, Jean: Institutio christianae religionis, in libros quatuor nunc primum digesta, certisque distincta capitibus, ad aptissimam methodum : aucta etiam tam magna [...]. [Genève] : Robert I Estienne, 1559. Bibliothèque de Genève, Bc 64*, http://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-2664 / Public Domain Mark