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Abad, Diego José, 1727-1779 Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of the Italian libraries Library of Congress/NACO German National Library Sudoc [ABES], France ISNI-test National Library of Australia National Library of Portugal National Library of France National Library of Spain

Abad y Garcia, Diego Jose Wikipedia (en)

VIAF ID: 46805419 (Personal)

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ISNI-test: 0000  0000  6636  7666 

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(about notable rivers of the world)* Wikipedia (en)
Bucolica. Library of Congress/NACO
descriptive flourish of the fabrication and grandeur of the church of the company of jesus in zacatecas Wikipedia (en)
Dissertatio ludrico seria, 1991 National Library of Spain
Francisco Javier Alegre y Diego José Abad humanistas gemelos Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of France
. he wrote "the Wikipedia (en)
(in italian)* Wikipedia (en)
is the song of a new man who scrutinizes his history... and finds in his own time a sign of eternity."other works of abad y garcía include:* Wikipedia (en)
Jacobi Josephi Labbe ... De Deo, deoque homine heroica Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of the Italian libraries Wikipedia (en) National Library of Spain
Jacobi Josephi Labbe Selenopolitani Dissertatio ludicro-seria num possit aliquis extra Italiam natus bene latine scribere, contra quam Robertus pronuntiat? Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of the Italian libraries National Library of Spain
musa americana seu de deo carmina Wikipedia (en)
Oeuvres choisies Sudoc [ABES], France
philosophical course Wikipedia (en)
Poema heroico National Library of Portugal National Library of France National Library of Spain Library of Congress/NACO
rasgo descriptivo de la fábrica y grandezas del templo de la compañía de jesús en zacatecas Wikipedia (en)
Rasgo epico. - German National Library
</ref> the first edition was published with 29 cantos at cádiz in 1769, the second at venice in 1773, and the third at ferrera in 1775. the definitive edition, in 43 cantos, was published posthumously at cesana in 1780. the poem found many admirers.benjamín fernández valenzuela translated the work into spanish in 1974, under the title Wikipedia (en)
suma theologica Wikipedia (en)
Virgil. Dos versiones de la Egloga octava de Virgilio en el México del siglo XVII, 1984: Library of Congress/NACO

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