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T he Post-Reformation Digital Library (PRDL) is a select database of digital books relating to the development of theology and philosophy during the Reformation and Post-Reformation/Early Modern Era (late 15th-18th c.). Late medieval and patristic works printed and referenced in the early modern era are also included. The PRDL is a project of the Junius Institute for Digital Reformation Research of Calvin Theological Seminary.
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Jacobus Trigland, Jr (†1705) | Jacobus Trigland, Sr (†1654) | Heinrich Alting (†1644) | Jean de Labadie (†1674) | Edmund Campion, S.J. (†1581) | James Ussher (†1656) | Gabriele Paleotti (†1597) | Joseph Mede (†1638) | John Wilkins (†1672) | Geeraert Brandt (†1685) | Joannis a Lasco (†1560) | Antonius Walaeus (†1639) | Erich Mauritius (†1691) | Joachim Lütkemann (†1655) | Hieronymus Mencel (†1590) | Heinrich Müller (†1675) | William Ames (†1633)
Trigland, Jacobus, Jr (1652-1705)
Laudatio funebris ... Frid. Spanhemii F. fil. theol. Prof. Primar. (Lugdunum Batavorum, 1701)
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Jacobi Triglandii J.F.J.N. s.s. theologiae d. & professoris Dissertatio de origine et cavsis rituum Mosaicorum: Habita in Academia Lugd. Batava ... a. diem. XXIII. Jan. a.C. MDCCII. (Apud Johannem Verbessel, 1702)
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Jacobi Triglandii Dissertationum theologicarum et philologicarum sylloge, ut et orationum academicarum (apud Adrianum Beman, 1728)
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Funebres laudationes, quibus Magnae Britanniae, Franciae et Hiberniae regi Guilielmo III. clarissimi in Batavis oratores Melchior Leydekkerus, Joann. Georg. Graevius, Jacobus Gronovius, Jacobus Triglandius, Augustus Gabillonius, justa suprema solemniter fecerunt (Lipsiae : Gleditsch, 1703)
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Trigland, Jacobus, Sr (1583-1654)  en
Antwoorde op dry vraghen, dienende tot advijs inde huydendaechse swaricheden (1615)
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Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatisBased on the glossary of medieval Latin by Du Cange (1610-1688)
Theologieprofessoren in Tübingen (1535-1817)Lists Professors of Theology at Tübingen University from 1535 to 1817 either in alphabetical or in chronological order.
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