Jean-Baptiste Du Bos - Johann Georg Graevius - 1700-7-19

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Jean-Baptiste Du Bos - Johann Georg Graevius - 1700-7-19
FINA IDUnique ID of the page  9981
InstitutionName of Institution. Copenhagen, Kongelige Bibliotek
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AuthorAuthor of the document. Jean-Baptiste Du Bos
RecipientRecipient of the correspondence. Johann Georg Graevius
Correspondence dateDate when the correspondence was written: day - month - year . July 19, 1700
PlacePlace of publication of the book, composition of the document or institution. Paris 48° 51' 24.12" N, 2° 21' 5.26" E
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-Lettre du 19 juillet 1700 (de Paris) : « Priusquam Lutetia discederem Baylio fasciculum miseram exemplariorum Vindiciarum pro quatuor Gordianorum historia quas doctissimi Cuyperi [sic] adversariis opposui : inter illa unum erat quod tibi debetatur et quod ad te in tempore transmissum opinor » (Copenhague, Kongelige Bibliotek, Fonds Thott, 4°, 1260 ; Lombard 1913, p. 49, Lettre 113).

References

  1. ^  Du Bos, Jean-Baptiste (1695), Histoire des quatre Gordiens, prouvée et illustrée par les médailles, Paris
  2. ^  Galland, Antoine (1696), Lettre touchant l'histoire des quatre Gordiens prouvée par les Medailles, chez Jean Boudot, Paris.
  3. ^  Cuper, Gisbert (1697), Historia trium Gordianorum, apud Albertum Fronten, Daventriæ.
  4. ^  Lombard, Alexandre (1913), La correspondance de l'abbé Du Bos (1670-1742), Paris.