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Biblioteca Hispanica : Course of Natural History, Physiology and Hygiene According to the Principles of St Thomas Aquinas

By Vigil Martinez, Ramon

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Title: Biblioteca Hispanica : Course of Natural History, Physiology and Hygiene According to the Principles of St Thomas Aquinas  
Author: Vigil Martinez, Ramon
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Language: Spanish
Subject: Science, Natural Science, Natural Science
Collections: Biblioteca Hispanica Collection, Biblioteca Hispanica
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Publisher: Biblioteca Digital Hispanica

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