Catalog Record: Aristotelis Stagiritae libri omnes : quibus historia, partes, incessus, mortus, generatióque animalium, atque etiam plantarum naturae breuis descriptio, pertractantur : quorum seriem, nomináque interpretum versa pagina indicabit a mendis quibus scatebant expurgati : tomus quartus | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Aristotelis Stagiritae libri omnes : quibus historia, partes, incessus, mortus, generatióque animalium, atque etiam plantarum naturae breuis descriptio, pertractantur : quorum seriem, nomináque interpretum versa pagina indicabit a mendis quibus scatebant expurgati : tomus quartus / [Theodoro Gaza interprete cui decimus adiunctus fuit a Ioane Bernardo Feliciano ... , Nicolas Leonico Thomaeo interprete ...]

Main Author: Aristóteles, 384-322 a.C.
Related Names: Simarro Lacabra, Luis 1851-1921, ant. pos., Arguinzóniz, José María , ant. pos., García Fernández, Gregorio , ant. pos., Cardon, Horace (Lyon) , ed., Gaza, Theodorus , trad., Leonico Tomeo, Niccolo , trad.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Lugduni : sumptibus Horatii Cardon, 1614
Subjects: Filosofía > Obras anteriores a 1800.
Enfermedades mentales > Obras anteriores a 1900.
Parálisis > Diagnóstico > Obras anteriores a 1900.
Physical Description: 842, [2] p. ; 16.
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