Biblioteca Universale Sacro-Profana
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It was one of the first universal encyclopedias in a European vernacular language with entries arranged alphabetically. It was planned to contain 45 volumes, but only 7 volumes appeared, reaching the letter C.
- Ebert, Friedrich Adolf (1837). A General Bibliographical Dictionary. University Press. p. 393.
- Robert Collison: Encyclopaedias: Their History Throughout the Ages. 2nd ed. New York & London 1966
- James L. Fuchs, "Natiionality and Knowledge in 18th-century Italy," Studies in 18th-century Culture 21 (1991): 207-18.
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