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Jean Le Clerc

Jean Le Clerc

Genève 1657 - Amsterdam 1736


Swiss protestant theologian known as Joannes Clericus.

Bibliography: A. Barnes, Jean Le Clerc (1657-1736), Paris, Droz 1938; J. Le Clerc, Epistolario, a cura di M.G. e M. Sina, 4 vol., Firenze, Olschki 1987-1997.



Catalogus librorum theologicorum, historicorum, philosophicorum, philologicorum etc. selectissimorum, tum typis expressorum, tum Manuscriptorum, Doctissimi atque Clarissimi Viri Joannis Clerici, Historiae Ecclesiasticae et Philosophiae inter Remonstrantes Professoris emeriti. On y a joint le Catalogue particuliere de la feuë Mad.e Le Clerc. Quorum fiet Auctio ad diem VI Septembris et seqq. in Aedibus J. Wetstenii et G. Smith, Amstelaedami, ex Officina J. Wetstenii et G. Smith 1735.

There is an fairly schematic index following the frontispiece.
At the end of the list, two manuscripts are described in detail: Les Epistres des Dames illustres etc. d’Ovide, traduites en Vers françois par le fameux Octavien de St. Gelée Eveque d’Angoulesme, un de plus beaux Esprits du tems de Francois I; Atlas novus maritimus, sive Orbus aquaticus (work in six tomes described both in Latin and Dutch).

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