Bartholin, Thomas ; Bartholin, Caspar [Editor]; Hogenberg, Franz [Ill.]
Thomae Bartholini De Unicornu Observationes Novae — Amstelaedami, 1678 [Cicognara, 3172]

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nos in Technicotheca Magni Ducis
Hetruri* Florentiae vidimus, cornu
nempe Rhinocerotis exiguum , sed
duabus eminentiis velut tumulis di-
fiindlum. Cornu in naso Rhinocero-
tis duplex ex Musaeo Swammerdam-
mii Senioris hic communicamus. De
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