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Lexicon philosophicum secundis curis Stephani Chauvini, philosophiae professoris, et Regiae Scientiarum Societatis apud Berolinenses socii, ita tùm recognitum & castigatum 1 edition

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Etienne Chauvin

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Lexicon philosophicum secundis curis Stephani Chauvini, philosophiae professoris, et Regiae Scientiarum Societatis apud Berolinenses socii, ita tùm recognitum & castigatum
tùm variè variis in locis illustratum; tùm passim quammultis accessionibus auctum & locupletatum, ut denuò quasi novum opus in lucem prodeat. Tabulae novas aliquot exhibent figuras, et quibus in locis explicentur singulae indicatur.

Published 1713 by Excudit Franciscus Halma ... in Leovardiae .
Written in Latin.

Edition Notes

Signatures: pi² []² 2² A-4X⁴.
Title page printed in red and black with engraved vignette; first gathering is half title leaf and added engraved illustrated t.p.
Text printed in double columns.

Genre
Dictionaries, Early works to 1800.
Other Titles
Lexicon philosophicum

Classifications

Library of Congress
B48.L3 C45 1713

The Physical Object

Pagination
[12], 719, [1] p., [31] leaves of plates (XXX folded) :
Number of pages
719

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3546501M
LC Control Number
2001552654

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December 5, 2010 Edited by Open Library Bot Added subjects from MARC records.
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