Archaeologiae Philosophicae Or the Ancient Doctrine Concerning the Originals of Things, Written in Latin: To which is Added Burnet's Theory of the Visible World by Way of Commentary on His Own Theory of the Earth, Being the Second Part of His Archiologiae Philosophicae /
J. Fischer, 1736 - 195 pages
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