Basle and France in the sixteenth century : the Basle humanists and printers in their contacts with Francophone culture. (Book, 1971) [Beloit College]
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Basle and France in the sixteenth century : the Basle humanists and printers in their contacts with Francophone culture.

Basle and France in the sixteenth century : the Basle humanists and printers in their contacts with Francophone culture.

Author: Peter G Bietenholz
Publisher: Toronto : Toronto U.P, ©1971.
Series: Travaux d'humanisme et Renaissance, 112.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter G Bietenholz
OCLC Number: 422326981
Description: 367 pages
Series Title: Travaux d'humanisme et Renaissance, 112.
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Medicine and Religion in the 16th Century

by Filelefteros (WorldCat user published 2021-09-22) Excellent Permalink

The author provides an insight into the dense network that the Basel printing industry offered to a wide range of philosophers,  theologians  and physicians during the 16th century, thanks to the liberal and business minded climate cultivated by that city. The strategy of the city government,...
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