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Dialogues among books in medieval western magic and divination.

Curatore: Edited by Stefano Rapisarda and Erik Niblaeus.
Editore: Sismel Edizioni del Galluzzo.
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Collana: Coll.Micrologus' library,65.
Dettagli: cm.14x22, pp.X,192, brossura copertina figurata a colori. Coll.Micrologus' library,65.

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