[Liber taxarum cum provinciale]. 1503.


Catholic Church. [Liber taxarum cum provinciale].

[Liber taxarum cum provinciale]. 1503.

208 leaves (1 column, 29 lines), bound : vellum, ill. ; 290 x 180 mm.



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