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Strigel, Victor (1524-1569)  en de
Arithmeticus libellus (In Officina Voegeliana, 1563)
GB 4/15
Anthologia Jd est: Sententiae Qvaedam In Signiores Ad Psalmos Davidis Annotatae ex varijs: In primis verò ex D. Avgvstini Commentarijs super Psalmos. Descriptae ex autographo D. Victorini,Strigelii. (Bremen : Gloichstein, Dietrich, 1584)
SBB 4/15
A third proceeding in the harmonie of King Dauids harp that is to say, a godly and learned exposition vpon 17. Psalmes moe of the princely prophet Dauid, beginning with the 45. and ending with the 61. Psalme: done in Latine by the learned Reuerend Doctor Victorinus Strigelius, Professor of Diuinitie in the Vniuersitie of Lypsia in Germanie, anno Christi, 1562. Translated into English, by Richard Robinson citizen of London. An. Christi, 1595. Seene, perused, and allowed. (At London : Valentine Sims, 1595)
EEBO-TCP 4/15
A proceeding in the harmonie of King Dauids harpe That is to say, an exposition of 13. psalmes of the princely prophet Dauid, from the 22. vnto the 35. psalme, being a portion of the psalmes expounded by the reuerend Doctor Victorinus Strigelius, professor in Diuinity in the Vniuersity of Lipsia in Germany. Translated out of Latin into English by Richard Robinson, citizen of London. Anno Christi 1591. Seene and allovved. ... (London : Iohn Wolfe [and J. Charlewood], and are to be sold at his shop ouer against the great South dore of Saint Paule, 1591)
EEBO-TCP 4/15
A fourth proceeding in the harmony of King Dauids harp That is to say; a godly and learned exposition of six psalmes moe of the princely prophet Dauid, beginning with the 62. and ending with the 67. Psalme. Done in Latin by the reuerend Doctour Victorinus Strigelius professor in Diuinitie in the vniuersitie of Lipsia in Germany Anno 1502. Translated into English by Richard Robinson citizen of London 1596. Seene, perused, and allowed. ... (London : P. S[hort. for] Valentine Simmes, 1596)
EEBO-TCP 4/15
A fift proceeding in the harmony of King Dauids harpe That is to say, a godly and learned exposition of 5. other moe [sic] psalmes of the princely Prophet Dauid: beginning with the 68. and ending with the 72. psalme, being the last part of the first tome, or one halfe of the booke of psalmes. Written in Latin by the reuerend Doctor Victorinus Strigelius: professor of diuinity in the Vniuersity of Lipsia in Germanie. Anno. 1576. Translated into English by Richard Robinson citizen of London. 1594. Seene, and allowed. (At London : P. S[hort] for Matthew Lownes, and are to be sold at his shop vnder S. Dunstons Church in the West, 1598)
EEBO-TCP 4/15
Ficino, Marsilio (1433-1499)
Tomo Primo Delle Divine Lettere Del Gran Marsilio Ficino, trans. Felix Ficliuccius (Appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1546)
GB 4/13
Tomo primo delle diuine lettere del gran Marsilio Ficino tradotte in lingua thoscana per M. Felice Figliuccii senese. Con gratia & priuilegio (appresso Gabriel Giolito di Ferrari, 1549)
GB 4/13
Three books on life (Binghamton, N.Y. : Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies in conjunction with the Renaissance Society of America, 1989)
IA 4/13
Platonica theologia de immortalitate animorum (Miscomini, Antonio : fl. 1476-1494, 1482)
IA 4/13
Platonic theology
Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press, 2006IA 4/13
Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press, 2004IA 4/13
Marsilij Ficini Florentini, medici, atque philosophi celeberrimi, De vita libri tres,: recèns iam à mendis sitúque vindicati, ac summâ castigati diligentiâ, quorum primus, de studiosorum sanitate tuenda. Secundus, de vita producenda. Tertius, de vita coelitus comparanda.., ed. Andreas Leennius, trans. Hieronymus Ricius (Elaias le Preux., 1616)
GB 4/13
Marsilij Ficini Florentini, ... Opera, & quae hactenus extitere, & quae in lucem nunc primum prodiere omnia: ... in duos tomos digesta, & ab innumeris mendis hac postrema editione castigata: ... Vna cum Gnomologia, hoc est, Sententiarum ex iisdem operibus collectarum farragine copiosissima, in ... (Heinrich Petri, 1576)
GB 4/13
Marsilij Ficini ... Opera & quae hactenus extitêre, & quae in lucem nunc primùm prodiêre omnia, ... in duos tomos digesta, ... Vnà cum Gnomologia, hoc est, Sententiarum ex iisdem operibus collectarum farragine copiosissima,\per Adamum Henricum Petri! .. (\Heinrich Petri!, 1561)
GB 4/13
Marsilii Ficini philosophi platonici medici atque theologi omnium praestantissimi, Operum. Tomus secundus. (Paris : Guillaume Pelé, 1641)
IA 4/13
Marsilii Ficini philosophi platonici medici atque theologi omnium praestantissimi, Operum. Tomus primus. (Paris : Guillaume Pelé, 1641)
IA 4/13
Marsilii Ficini florentini De triplici vita libri tres. Primus de uita sana: siue de cura ualitudinis eorum: qui incumbunt studio literarum. Secundus de uita longa. Tertius de uita coelitus comparanda. Apologia quaedam: in qua de medicina: astrologia: uita mundi. Item de magis: qui Christum ...
[n.d.]GB 4/13
1501GB 4/13
Marsilii Ficini ... Opera, et quae hactenus extitêre, & quae in lucem nunc primùm prodiêre omnia, omnium artium & scientiarum, maiorumque facultatum multifaria cognitione refertissima, in duos tomos digesta, & ab innumeris mendis hac postrema editione castigata, quorum seriem versa ..., vol. 2 (apud Guillelum Pele', viâ Iacobaea, sub signo Crucis Aureae, 1641)
GB 4/13
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