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Indiculus Universalis Rerum Fere' Omnium,  Quae in Mundo Sunt, Scientiarum  Item, Artiumque Nomina, Apte,… by [Francois Antoine Pomey] - Hardcover - Fourth Edition - 1698 - from Old Saratoga Books (SKU: 45218)

Indiculus Universalis Rerum Fere' Omnium, Quae in Mundo Sunt, Scientiarum Item, Artiumque Nomina, Apte, Breviterque Colligens

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Indiculus Universalis Rerum Fere' Omnium, Quae in Mundo Sunt, Scientiarum Item, Artiumque Nomina, Apte, Breviterque Colligens

by [Francois Antoine Pomey]

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  • hardcover
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Good; Boards splayed, leather cracked and worn, outer joints cracked, some minor foxing, pages toned, letterpress "C"
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Limoges: Pierre Barbou. Good; Boards splayed, leather cracked and worn, outer joints cracked, some . minor foxing, pages toned, letterpress "C" on front pastedown, neat . inscription in Latin on title page (en bibliotheca collegig minimorum . caledenficem? ) , pages 209-212 missing (not ripped out, but not bound in).. 1698. Fourth Edition. Hardcover. Mottled calf with five raised bands on spine, gilt lettering and tooling in spine compartments. [20], 1-336pp. Text in French and Latin. An abbreviated compilation of information tidbits and lists of animals, earth science, plants, crimes, and all kinds of information describing the natural and human world. The author was a French Jesuit scholar (1618-1673). Measures 6.25 x 3.75 inches. .

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Old Saratoga Books US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
45218
Title
Indiculus Universalis Rerum Fere' Omnium, Quae in Mundo Sunt, Scientiarum Item, Artiumque Nomina, Apte, Breviterque Colligens
Author
[Francois Antoine Pomey]
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Good; Boards splayed, leather cracked and worn, outer joints cracked, some minor foxing, pages toned, letterpress "C"
Edition
Fourth Edition
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Pierre Barbou
Place of Publication
Limoges
Date Published
1698
Keywords
17th Century Science
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Science and Technology;

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