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Parisio 1683
FINA IDUnique ID of the page  4125
AuthorAuthor of the document. Prospero Parisio
TitleTitel of the book. Rariora magnae graeciae numismata, maximi Philippis, Regi ac Principi Hispaniarum, cum enumeratione Sanctorum Pontificum, Marchionum, Comitum, Baronum, Familiarumque illustrium, ex Calabria, Sicilia, regnoque Neapolitano, originem suam trahentium, & ipsis magnae graeciae tabulis, inter se divisis, altera editione renovata
YearYear of the literature reference  1683
PlacePlace of publication of the book, composition of the document or institution. Nurnberg 49° 27' 13.93" N, 11° 4' 38.28" E
TypeLiterature type (book, journal, etc.)  monograph
Associated personsNames of Persons who are mentioned in the annotation.
CitationCitation text of reference Parisio, Prospero (1683), Rariora magnae graeciae numismata, maximi Philippis, Regi ac Principi Hispaniarum, cum enumeratione Sanctorum Pontificum, Marchionum, Comitum, Baronum, Familiarumque illustrium, ex Calabria, Sicilia, regnoque Neapolitano, originem suam trahentium, & ipsis magnae graeciae tabulis, inter se divisis, altera editione renovata, accurante Joh. Georgio Volckamero, med. D. accedit praefatio epistolica Christophori Arnoldi, Nürnberg, s. éd., in-4°, titre, iv, p. 5-23 (epistola de Johannes Georg Volckamer sur les numismates qui l’ont précédé), p. 25-56 (Prospero Parisio), 13 pl.
LinkLink to external information, e.g. Wikpedia https://books.google.be/books?id=PdFflkUOMA0C&pg=PP9&dq=Rariora+magnae+graeciae+numismata,maximi+Philippis,Regi+ac+Principi+Hispaniarum,cum+enumeratione&hl=fr&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj0iLKkzcnkAhUzDmMBHQsjCsYQ6AEIKTAA#v=onepage&q&f=false
KeywordNumismatic Keywords  rariora, greek, magna grecia
LanguageLanguage of the correspondence Latin

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  1. ^  Parisio, Prospero (1683), Rariora magnae graeciae numismata, maximi Philippis, Regi ac Principi Hispaniarum, cum enumeratione Sanctorum Pontificum, Marchionum, Comitum, Baronum, Familiarumque illustrium, ex Calabria, Sicilia, regnoque Neapolitano, originem suam trahentium, & ipsis magnae graeciae tabulis, inter se divisis, altera editione renovata, accurante Joh. Georgio Volckamero, med. D. accedit praefatio epistolica Christophori Arnoldi, Nürnberg, s. éd., in-4°, titre, iv, p. 5-23 (epistola de Johannes Georg Volckamer sur les numismates qui l’ont précédé), p. 25-56 (Prospero Parisio), 13 pl.