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An. Manl. Sever. Boethi. Consolationis Philosophiæ Libri V. Anglo-Saxonice Redditi Ab Alfredo, Inclyto Anglo-Saxonum Rege. Ad apographum Junianum expressos edidit Christophorus Rawlinson, è Collegio Reginæ.

1698

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An. Manl. Sever. Boethi. Consolationis Philosophiæ Libri V. Anglo-Saxonice Redditi Ab Alfredo, Inclyto Anglo-Saxonum Rege. Ad apographum Junianum expressos edidit Christophorus Rawlinson, è Collegio Reginæ.

Title-page Attribution: As above
With final errata leaf
With imprimatur on a1v: ‘Imprimatur, Joh. Meare April. 2. 1698. Vice-Can. Oxon.’
Other Copies: 61

1698

Auteur: Boethius
Titre: An. Manl. Sever. Boethi. Consolationis Philosophiæ Libri V. Anglo-Saxonice Redditi Ab Alfredo, Inclyto Anglo-Saxonum Rege. Ad apographum Junianum expressos edidit Christophorus Rawlinson, è Collegio Reginæ.
Lieu d'édition: Oxoniæ [i.e. Oxford]
Editeur: E Theatro Sheldoniano. Sumtibus editoris, typis Junianis
Date: 1698
Langue: English
Nombre de scans: 224
Type: Print
Code barre: 1072068251
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