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[De la vie des premiers hommes (Sylvan scene)]

From: [De architectura. French] Architecture, ou, Art de bien bastir / de Marc Vitruue Pollion, autheur romain antique ; mis de latin en francoys par Ian Martin, secretaire de Monsieur le cardinal de Lenoncourt, pour le roy tres chrestien Henry II.

[De la vie des premiers hommes (Sylvan scene)]

From: [De architectura. French] Architecture, ou, Art de bien bastir / de Marc Vitruue Pollion, autheur romain antique ; mis de latin en francoys par Ian Martin, secretaire de Monsieur le cardinal de Lenoncourt, pour le roy tres chrestien Henry II.

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Other Creator: Gazeau, Jacques, d. 1549, bookseller Goujon, Jean, 16th cent Martin, Ian, d. ca. 1553 Veuve et héritiers de Jean Barbe, publisher Vitruvius Pollio
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Second livre, Chapitre premier.
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1 l.
38 cm.
b&w illustration
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