Bibliotheca anti-trinitariorum, sive Catalogus scriptorum, & succincta narratio de vita eorum auctorum, qui praeterito & hoc seculo, vulgo receptum dogma de tribus in unico Deo per omnia aequalibus personis vel impugnarunt, vel docuerunt solum Patrem D.N.J. Christi esse illum verum seu altissimum Deum. [electronic resource] / Opus posthumum Christophori Chr. Sandii. ; Accedunt alia quaedam scripta quorum seriem pagina post praefationem dabit. ; Quae omnia simul juncta compendium historiae ecclesiasticae Unitatariorum, qui Sociniani vulgo audiunt, exhibent..

Author
Sand, Christof, 1644-1680 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
Latin
Published/​Created
Freistadii [i.e. Amsterdam], : Apud Johannem Aconium., MDCLXXXIV. [1684]
Description
1 online resource ([16], 296 p.)

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Series
Early European books. [More in this series]
Notes
  • Each part has separate half title; pagiation and register continuous.
  • Printed in Amsterdam by H. Wetstein. Cf. STCN.
  • Roman date contains apostrophic forms.
  • Reproduction of original in: Koninklijke Bibliotheek (Netherlands).
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : ProQuest, 2012 Mode of access: World Wide Web. Available to subscribing institutions.
Contents
  • Bibliotheca anti-trinitariorum
  • Joh. Stoinii epitome historiae originis Vnitariorum in Polonia
  • Georgii Schomanni testamentum ultimae voluntatis: continens vitae ipsius
  • De typographiis Vnitariorum in Polonia
  • Brevis relatio de Joh. Tyscovicii martyrio
  • Andr. Wissowatii narratio compendiosa quomodo in Polonia à Trinitariis reformatis separati sint Christiani vnitarii. Accedit historia de Spiritu Belga
  • Anonymi epistola exhibens vitae ac mortis Andreae Wissowatii
  • Vindiciae pro Vnitariorum in Polonia religionis libertate ab equite polono conscriptae.
References
  • Koninklijke Bibliotheek (Netherlands) catalog, 300 H 4
  • STCN, 044178980
Other title(s)
Catalogus scriptorum, & succincta narratio de vita eorum auctorum, qui praeterito & hoc seculo, vulgo receptum dogma de tribus in unico Deo per omnia aequalibus personis vel impugnarunt, vel docuerunt solum Patrem D.N.J. Christi esse illum verum seu altissimum Deum
OCLC
908695477
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