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The Appreciation of Ancient and Medieval Science during the Renaissance (1450-1600

by Sarton, George

Condition: Very Good/Very Good


Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1955. xvii, 233 p. illus. 24 cm. Notes. General bibliography. Index. VG condition (top edge a trifle dusty, date written at top of ffep] in VG dustjacket with age-toning of spine area and folds; slight chipping of edges.. Second Printing. Green Cloth. Very Good/Very Good.


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