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Joannis Calvini epistolae et responsa. Quibus interjectae sunt insignium in ecclesia Dei virorum aliquot etiam epistolae. Eiusdem J. Calvini vita a Theodoro Beza Genevensis ecclesiae ministro accurate descripta. Index rerum insigniorum. Omnia nunc primum in lucem edita.
Author, ContributorCalvin, Jean Search Wikipedia for Jean Calvin ; Bèze, Théodore de Search Wikipedia for Théodore de Bèze
ImprintGenève : Pierre de Saint-André, 1575
Description[40], [407] « 411 », [13] p. ; In-2°
LanguageLatin
Bibliographical referenceGLN-852 ; Adams, Cambridge, C 387 ; Bibliotheca calviniana, n° 75/1 ; CDM, p. 83 ; Drummond, Aberdeen, n° 891 ; Erichson, Calviniana, p. 33 ; Gardy, Bèze, n° 200 ; Haag-Bordier, t. 3, col. 620, n° XC ; Index aureliensis, n° 130.138 ; Messkataloge Willer, print. 1575, t. 2, p. [84]. ; NUC, NC 0056746 ; O.C., t. 10/2, p. IX-XII ; Ritter, BM de Strasbourg, n° 669-670 ; Shaw, Cathedral Libr., 2, C 288 ; STC Edinburgh, p. 77
Providing InstitutionBibliothèque de Genève, Bf 849
Persistent linkhttp://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-2690 
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ReferenceCalvin, Jean: Joannis Calvini epistolae et responsa. Quibus interjectae sunt insignium in ecclesia Dei virorum aliquot etiam epistolae. Eiusdem J. Calvini vita a Theodoro [...]. Genève : Pierre de Saint-André, 1575. Bibliothèque de Genève, Bf 849, http://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-2690 / Public Domain Mark