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Reference numberCLP/4i/36
LevelItem
TitleLetter, 'Epistola ad exquitissime doctrinae virum de Aristotele recentioribus reconciliabili' by unknown author to unknown recipient
Date[c17th Century]
Description'Letter to a man thoroughly reconciled to recent teachings on Aristotle'. Letter by an unknown author to an unknown recipient who is a historian of philosophy. The letter discusses Aristotelian philosophy, metaphysics, and mathematics.

A note on reverse reads 'De conciliando Aristotele cum Nectericii'.

Subject: Philosophy
LanguageLatin
Extent12p
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
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