Books Deliciae physico

Format Books
Contributors Schwenter, Daniel
Dates 1636
Language German
Subjects Early Works to 1800
Scientific Recreations
Deliciae physico
Other Title
Delitiae mathematicae et physicae : der mathematischen und philosophischen Erquickstunden ... zusammen getragen durch Georg Philip Harssdörffern
Mathematischen und philosophischen Erquickstunden
Delitae philosophicae et mathematicae : der philosophischen und mathematischen Erquickstunden ... zusammem getragen durch Georg Philip Harssdörffern
Fortsetzung der mathematischen und philosophischen Erquickstunden
Philosophischen und mathematischen Erquickstunden III. Theil
Deliciae physico-mathematicae, oder, Mathemat. und philosophische Erquickstunden
Deliciae physico-mathematicae
Mathemat. vnd philosophische Erquickstunden
Contributor Names
Schwenter, Daniel, 1585-1636.
Created / Published
Nürnberg : In Verlegung Jeremiae Dümlers, Ao. MDCXXXVI-anno MDCXCII [1636-1692]
Subject Headings
-  Scientific recreations--Early works to 1800
-  Engraved title page (v. 1); added engraved title pages in volumes 2 and 3.
-  Vol. 3 has imprint: Nürnberg : In Verlegung Wolffgang Moritz Endters, anno MDCXCII.
-  Vol. 1: [12], 574 p.; v. 2: [26], 620, [4] p., [1] folded leaf of plates; v. 3: [16], 659, [37] p.
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
-  Includes indexes.
-  Errata: v. 2, p. [1-2] at end.
-  LC copy has bookseller labels of Johannes Krieb, Hamburg. Has inscriptions: J.B. Siegling; Emanuel Tenerus [?]. Two ms. leaves laid into v. 1. Pencilled ms. annotations on several blanks and pastedowns.
-  LC copy has the ink stamps of H. Houdini.
3 v. : ill., music (woodcuts) ; 19-21 cm. (4to)
Call Number
Q155 .S45
Digital Id
houdini 32332v1
houdini 32332v2
houdini 32332v3
Library of Congress Catalog Number
Other Formats
MODS Record
Dublin Core Record

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