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1 : Joannis Calvini tractatus theologici omnes, in unum volumen certis classibus congesti : quorum aliqui nec latine nec gallice prius editi fuerunt. Altera editio, emendatior, cui accesserunt eiusdem Calvini in libros Senecae De clementia commentarij. 2 : Joannis Calvini in L. Annaei Senecae romani senatoris ac philosophi clarissimi, libros duos De clementia, ad Neronem Caesarem, commentarii.
Author, ContributorCalvin, Jean Search Wikipedia for Jean Calvin
ImprintGenève : Pierre de Saint-André, 1597
Description[12], 1003, [1] p. : 75, [1] p. ; In-2°
LanguageLatin
Bibliographical referenceGLN-1085 ; Adams, Cambridge, C 384 ; Bibliotheca calviniana, n° 97/4 ; Bristol Reference, n° 269 ; CDM, p. 149 ; Erichson, Calviniana, p. 42 ; Haag-Bordier, t. 3, col. 632 ; Index aureliensis, n° 130.267 ; Messkataloge Willer, aut. 1597, t. 5, p. [396]. ; NUC, NSC 0008814 ; O.C., t. 5, p. XXIV ; Parker, Preaching, n° 18B ; Port, Commelinus, p. 72, n° 156 et n° 157 ; Shaw, Cathedral Libr., 2, C 200 ; Staedtke, Bullinger, n° 631 ; USTC, n° 450195
Providing InstitutionMusée historique de la Réformation, Genève, A 02(97)
Persistent linkhttp://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-24347 
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ReferenceCalvin, Jean: 1 : Joannis Calvini tractatus theologici omnes, in unum volumen certis classibus congesti : quorum aliqui nec latine nec gallice prius editi fuerunt. Altera [...]. Genève : Pierre de Saint-André, 1597. Musée historique de la Réformation, Genève, A 02(97), http://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-24347 / Public Domain Mark