Georgius Agricola, DE RE METALLICA, Translated from the First Latin Edition of 1556 with Biographical Introduction, Annotations & Appendices upon the Development of Mining, Methods, Metallurgical Processes, Geology, Mineralogy, and Mining Law from earliest times to the 16th Century.
by [Georg Agricola, 1494-1555], Hoover, Herbert [Clark] 1864-1964 and Lou Henry 1874-1944, Tr
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- Georgius Agricola, DE RE METALLICA, Translated from the First Latin Edition of 1556 with Biographical Introduction, Annotations & Appendices upon the Development of Mining, Methods, Metallurgical Processes, Geology, Mineralogy, and Mining Law from earliest times to the 16th Century.
- [Georg Agricola, 1494-1555], Hoover, Herbert [Clark] 1864-1964 and Lou Henry 1874-1944, Tr
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- Salisbury House, London, E. C: Published for the Translators by The Mining Magazine, 1912.
- Science, Mining, Signed books, Association Copy
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