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Author/Creator:
Muratori, Lodovico Antonio, 1672-1750.
Language:
Latin.
Imprint:
Mediolani, Ex typographia Societatis palatinae in regia curia, 1723-51.
Format:
  • Book
  • 25 v. in 28. illus.(part fold.), ports., fold. maps and geneal. tables. 39cm.
Note:
Edited by F.Argellati. Titles in red and black; engraved vignettes, head- and tailpieces, and initials. Printed in double columns. Full vellum; gilt spines.
Contributor:
Argelati, Filippo, 1685-1755.
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