The Art of Memory, That Otherwyse Is Called the Phenix a Boke Very Behouefull and Profytable to All Professours of Scyences. Grammaryens, Rethoryciens Dialectyke, Legystes, Phylosophres [And] Theologiens. (1545) - pr_19981

The Art of Memory, That Otherwyse Is Called the Phenix a Boke Very Behouefull and Profytable to All Professours of Scyences. Grammaryens, Rethoryciens Dialectyke, Legystes, Phylosophres [And] Theologiens. (1545)

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Product code: 9781171347217

ISBN 9781171347217
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H246xW189xS2
No. Of Pages 40
Publisher Eebo Editions, Proquest