Catalog Record: Du chocolate : discours curieux, divisé en quatre parties. | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Du chocolate : discours curieux, divisé en quatre parties. / Par Antoine Colmenero de Ledesma medecin & chirurgien de la ville de Ecija de l'Andalouzie. Traduit d'espagnol en françois sur l'impression faite à Madrid l'an 1631. & esclaircy de quelques annotations. Par René Moreau ... Plus est adjousté un dialogue touchant le mesme chocolate ..

Main Author: Colmenero de Ledesma, Antonio
Related Names: Cramoisy, Sebastien , printer, Moreau, René 1587-1656, Marradón, Bartolomeo , Colmenero de Ledesma, Antonio.
Language(s): French
Published: A Paris, : Chez Sebastien Cramoisy, imprimeur ordinaire du Roy ..., 1643
Subjects: Cacao > Early works to 1800
Chocolate > Early works to 1800
Cocoa > Therapeutic use > Early works to 1800
Physical Description: [8], 59, [1] p. ; 22 cm
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