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CORPUS REFORMATORUM. IOANNIS CALVINI OPERA QUAE SUPERSUNT OMNIA
Edited by G. Baum, E. Cunitz and E. Reuss, et al.
59 volumes. Braunschweig, 1863-1900. Reprint (in 58 volumes). Bound. € 5,200
- Vols. 1-57. 1863-1897. Bound per volume € 125
- Vols. 58/59. 1900. Bound in 1 unit € 125
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Note: Also published as vols. 29-87 of CORPUS REFORMATORUM.
- The CORPUS REFORMATORUM is the general Latin title given to a large collection of Reformation writings. This collection contains reprints of the collected works of John Calvin, Philip Melanchthon, and Huldrych Zwingli, three of the leading protestant reformers. Texts in the CR are written in either Latin, French or German (using Fraktur typefaces).