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Author: Nemesius, Bp. of Emesa.
Title: The nature of man A learned and usefull tract written in Greek by Nemesius, surnamed the philosopher; sometime Bishop of a city in Phœnicia, and one of the most ancient Fathers of the Church. Englished, and divided into sections, with briefs of their principall contents: by Geo: Wither.
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Print source: The nature of man A learned and usefull tract written in Greek by Nemesius, surnamed the philosopher; sometime Bishop of a city in Phœnicia, and one of the most ancient Fathers of the Church. Englished, and divided into sections, with briefs of their principall contents: by Geo: Wither.
Nemesius, Bp. of Emesa., Wither, George, 1588-1667.

London: Printed by M[iles] F[lesher] for Henry Taunton in St. Dunstans Churchyard in Fleetstreet, 1636.
Alternate titles: On the nature of man. English
Subject terms:
Human beings -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08062.0001.001
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