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Denis Diderot
Encyclopedie, ou dictionnaire raisonne des sciences...
Paris: chez Briasson et al., 1751-1777.
T. 1. 1751. [4], LII, 914 p., 1 p.; Pl. 1. 1762. [39] p., [249] illustr. p.


Encyclopaedia, or Descriptive Dictionary of the Sciences, Arts and Trades - one of the most important works by French enlightener, writer, philsopher and encyclopaedist Denis Diderot (1713-1784). It was published during 1751-1780 (in 7 vol., with 11 vol. of illustrations and 4 vol. of supplements), and was the crowning glory of the efforts of the French intellectual minds and printers of that time. The Vilnius University Library holds 5 editions of this encyclopaedia.
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Keywords: book Diderot encyclopaedia collection Vilnius Lithuania University Library
Copyright: Vilnius University Library
Place: Vilnius
Country: Lithuania

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