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A. Calamus; B. Graphiarium ex orichalco, aliove metallo elaboratum; C. Theca calamaria area, interior; D. Theca calamaria coriacea, exterior e vertice graphiarii catenula vel funiculo appensa; E. .. forma est Voluminis Tibetani funiculis colligati more Malabarum, aliorumque Orientalium, …; F. Forma Tibeticorum Voluminum usitatior sine funiculis.

Image ID: 1614259

A. Calamus; B. Graphiarium ex orichalco, aliove metallo elaboratum; C. Theca calamaria area, interior; D. Theca calamari... (1762)

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Image Title

:  A. Calamus; B. Graphiarium ex orichalco, aliove metallo elaboratum; C. Theca calamaria area, interior; D. Theca calamaria coriacea, exterior e vertice graphiarii catenula vel funiculo appensa; E. .. forma est Voluminis Tibetani funiculis colligati more Malabarum, aliorumque Orientalium, …; F. Forma Tibeticorum Voluminum usitatior sine funiculis.

Creator

: Giorgi, Antonio Agostino, 1711-1797 -- Author

Medium

: Wood engravings

Specific Material Type

: prints

Item/Page/Plate

: p. 562

Source

: Alphabetum tibetanum missionum apostolicarum commodo editum. Praemissa est disquisitio qua de vario litterarum ac regionis nomine, gentis origine moribus, superstitione, ac manichaeismo fuse disseritur. Beausobrii calumniae in sanctum Augustinum, aliosque ecclesiae patres refutantur.

Source Description

: xciv, 820 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Asian and Middle Eastern Division

Catalog Call Number

: *OZ+ (Giorgi, A. A. Alphabetum Tibetanum] (Locked cage)

Digital ID

: 1614259

Record ID

: 1751175

Digital Item Published

: 1-10-2008; updated 3-25-2011

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