Lexicon Universale

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The Lexicon Universale of 1698 is an early modern humanist encyclopedia by Johann Jacob Hofmann of Basel (1635-1706). It appeared in four volumes with 1,000 pages each.

Lexicon Universale, Historiam Sacram Et Profanam Omnis aevi, omniumque Gentium; Chronologiam Ad Haec Usque Tempora; Geographiam Et Veteris Et Novi Orbis; Principum Per Omnes Terras Familiarum [...] Genealogiam; Tum Mythologiam, Ritus, Caerimonias, Omnemque Veterum Antiquitatem [...]; Virorum [...] Celebrium Enarrationem [...]; Praeterea Animalium, Plantarum, Metallorum, Lapidum, Gemmarum, Nomina, Naturas, Vires Explanans. - Editio Absolutissima [...] Auctior [...]. - Leiden: Jacob. Hackius, Cornel. Boutesteyn, Petr. Vander Aa, & Jord. Luchtmans, 1698.

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