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Correspondence of Jan Gaspar Gevaerts
Jan Gaspar Gevaerts
FINA IDUnique ID of the page  664
First nameFirst name(s) of the person. Jan Gaspar
Last nameLast name of the person. Gevaerts
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Birth dateBirth date: day - month - year. August 6, 1593
Birth placePlace of birth of the person Turnhout 51° 19' 24.17" N, 4° 56' 54.46" E
Death dateDeath date: day - month - year. March 21, 1666
Death placePlace of death of the person Antwerp 51° 13' 16.00" N, 4° 23' 58.96" E
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Primary literatureYearYear of the literature reference TypeLiterature type (book, journal, etc.) TitleTitel of the book.
De Bie - Rubens - Gevaerts 1653-16541653monographRegum et imperatorum Romanorum numismata aurea, argentea, aerea, a Romulo et C. Jul. Caesare usque ad Justinianum Aug., cura [...] Caroli ducis Croyiaci [...] olim congesta, aerique incisa [a J. Biaeo], nunc insigni auctario locupletata et brevi commentario [ab A. Rubenio, edente C. Gevartio] illustrata [...]
Secondary literatureYearYear of the literature reference TypeLiterature type (book, journal, etc.) TitleTitel of the book.
Rooses - Ruelens 18981898monographCorrespondance de Rubens et documents épistolaires concernant sa vie et ses œuvres, II. 1609-25 juillet 1622