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De placitis philosophorum
Author
Pseudo-Plutarchus
Publisher
ex officina Ioan. Heruagij
Title
De placitis philosophorum
Description
Italiano: Ploutarchou Chaeroneos Peri ton aresconton tois philosophois, physikon dogmaton epitomes, biblia pente. Eiusdem operis addita est Gulielmi Budaei interpretatio latina. - Basileae : ex officina Ioan. Heruagij, 1531 (Basileae : in officina Io. Heruagii, [1531]). - 166, [2] p. ; 4º. - Opera di attribuzione incerta. - Marca (J126) sul front. - Cors. ; Gr. ; rom. - Segn.: a-ph4.
Note: This text does not belong to Plutarch's Moralia. As it is not authentic, the file should not be used in articles on Plutarch or on his Moralia.
Language lat
Publication date 1531 AD
publication_date QS:P577,+1531-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
institution QS:P195,Q3639582
Place of publication Basileae
Source
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