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Ton en te'de te biblio : perie chomenon, onomata kai taxis. Aristotelous peri zoon historias ... / N. Leonia Thomaei emendata
Bib ID 455442
Format BookBook
Author
Aristotle
 
Uniform Title Works. Greek. 1527
Description Florentiae : Per haeredes Philippi Iuntae, 1527 
[1], 318 leaves ; 23 cm. (8vo) 
Notes

Caption title from contents p.

Initials; head-pieces; printer's device on second last end-paper.

Signatures:Aii, AAp8s, B-Zp8s, AA-RRp8s.

From the collection of J.F. and L.F. Fitzhardinge, with a presentation book-plate, and donated by L.F. Fitzhardinge's sons.

Subjects Psychology - Early works to 1850.
Other authors/contributors Thomas, N. Leonia

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