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Angeli Mariae card. Quirini ... Liber singularis de optimorum scriptorum editionibus quae Romae primum prodierunt post divinum typographiae inventum, a Germanis opificibus in eam urbem advectum : plerisque omnibus earum editionum seu praefationibus, seu epistolis in medium allatis : cum brevibus observationibus ad easdem, rei typographicae origini illustrandae valde opportunis / recensuit annotationes rerumque indicem adiecit et diatribam praeliminarem de variis rebus ... praemisit Io. Georgius Schelhornius
Author, ContributorQuerini, Angelo Maria [1680-1755] ; Schelhorn, Johann Georg [1694-1773]
ImprintLindaugiae : impensis Iacobi Ottonis, 1761
Description[2] Bl., 266 S., [5] Bl., VI Taf. ; 22 cm (4°)
LanguageLatin
Providing InstitutionZentralbibliothek Zürich, RRf 59 | G
Persistent linkhttps://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-30652 
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ReferenceQuerini, Angelo Maria: Angeli Mariae card. Quirini ... Liber singularis de optimorum scriptorum editionibus quae Romae primum prodierunt post divinum typographiae inventum, a [...] : plerisque omnibus earum editionum seu praefationibus, seu epistolis in medium allatis : cum brevibus observationibus ad easdem, rei typographicae origini [...]. Lindaugiae : impensis Iacobi Ottonis, 1761. Zentralbibliothek Zürich, RRf 59 | G, https://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-30652 / Public Domain Mark