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China Monumentis, qua Sacris qua Profanis, Nec non variis Naturae et Artis Spectaculis, Aliarumque rerum memorabilium Argumentis illustrata

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China Monumentis, qua Sacris qua Profanis, Nec non variis Naturae et Artis Spectaculis, Aliarumque rerum memorabilium Argumentis illustrata (a.k.a. China monumentis)

By Athanasius Kircher


<span lang="EN-CA">In 1667 Athanasius Kircher (1601-80) was professor of ethics and mathematics at Wurzburg, as well as teaching Hebrew and Syrian. He then relocated to Rome, by means of assistance of Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Pairesc, who facilitated the cancellation of an order sen…

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