Giovanni Gioviano Pontano

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: BaiaeBaiaePontano, Giovanni Gioviano
Dennis, Rodney G.
HARDCOVER06/30/2006$29.95
Cover: Dialogues, Volume 1: Charon and AntoniusDialogues, Volume 1: Charon and AntoniusPontano, Giovanni Gioviano
Gaisser, Julia Haig
HARDCOVER11/19/2012$29.95
Cover: Dialogues, Volume 2: ActiusDialogues, Volume 2: ActiusPontano, Giovanni Gioviano
Gaisser, Julia Haig
HARDCOVER09/15/2020$29.95
Cover: Dialogues, Volume 3: Aegidius and AsinusDialogues, Volume 3: Aegidius and AsinusPontano, Giovanni Gioviano
Gaisser, Julia Haig
HARDCOVER09/15/2020$29.95
Cover: On Married Love. EridanusOn Married Love. EridanusPontano, Giovanni Gioviano
Roman, Luke
HARDCOVER04/28/2014$29.95
Cover: The Virtues and Vices of SpeechThe Virtues and Vices of SpeechPontano, Giovanni Gioviano
Pigman III, G. W.
HARDCOVER09/17/2019$29.95
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