Título: Principiis Juris Naturalis Enchiridion ...
Encuadernación: Full Vellum
Condición del libro: Very Good
Condición de la sobrecubierta: No Jacket
Two volumes bound together in full plain contemporary vellum. In Latin. Obviously trimmed but with very little loss. We believe that where there is loss of a letter or two, the meaning can be made out. We believe it is from a monastic library with its stamp on the ffep and on the title page. The Grotius volume was published in Jenae by Bielkiano in 1669, and is 395 pages long plus a lengthy index complete. The Sithmanno volume was published in Sedini by Carol Heine Mamphrasium, Jun. in 1671, and is 183 pages complete. Images available. N° de ref. de la librería 004871
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