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Theatre of the World

by Yates, Frances A.:

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London:Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd., 1969 . orig.d.w., green cloth, 218pp., good condition ex libris, examines John Dee and Robert Fludd's as representatives of Renaissance thought in England, their view of Vitruvius and Inigo Jones.


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