Telluris theoria sacra: orbis nostri originem & mutationes generales, quas aut jam subiit, aut olim subiturus est, complectens ...
- Authore T. Burnetio.
- Londini, Typis R.N., impensis Gualt. Kettilby, 1689 [i.e. 1688-89]
- Physical description
- 2 v. illus., 2 fold. maps (v.1) 22 cm.
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Stephen Jay Gould was a renowned evolutionary biologist, paleontologist, historian of science, educator, popular science author, polymath, and an enthusiastic collector. His papers include, but are not limited to: subject files; coursework and research from his graduate studies at Columbia University; his teaching and administrative files from Harvard University and New York University; organizational and committee files; conference, lecture, and symposia files; research files and data; photographs; artifacts and memorabilia (including specimens); clippings and scrapbooks; photographs; audiovisual materials; biographical materials; files related to Gould’s passion for baseball and music; and various reprints and manuscripts by others. The Stephen J. Gould Rare Books Collection, part of the larger Stephen J. Gould Papers bequest to the Stanford University Libraries, consists of approximately 1,500 rare, antiquarian books, some dating back to the late 1400s.
- Digital collection
- 1026 digital items
- Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715.
- v. 1 Libri duo priores De Diluvio & Paradiso. Ed. secunda.--
- v. 2. Libri duo posteriores De conflagratione mundi, et De futuro rerum statu.
- Publication date
- Each vol. has added t.p., engraved.
- Vol. 1, pt. 2 and v. 2, pt. 2 have special t.p.s, with v. 2, pt. 2's dated 1688.
- ESTC (BL), R4314, (v.2)
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