Extracts from the De vera et falsa magia of Cornelius Loos. (Made from the Ms. at Trier and verified by the printed fragment at Köln in July, 1912). [1912]

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Loos, Cornelius, ca. 1546-1595. Extracts from the De vera et falsa magia of Cornelius Loos. (Made from the Ms. at Trier and verified by the printed fragment at Köln in July, 1912).

Extracts from the De vera et falsa magia of Cornelius Loos. (Made from the Ms. at Trier and verified by the printed fragment at Köln in July, 1912). [1912]

1 v. (4, 1-6, [1], 7-15, [1], 16-48 leaves) ; 20 cm.

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