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VMs: Re: Sendivogius etc...
yes, Petr is right, these people were corresponding
a lot (but only we do it 'like crazy') :-)
--- Petr Kazil <kazil@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> From: Athanasius Kircher 1602-1680
> To: Johannes Janssonius van Waesberge -1681?
> Place of sending: Rome
> Year: 1668
> univ utrecht Shelf-mark: Hs 1058
van Waesberge was the publisher of Kircher's
books, so there must be quite a few letters
between them in Holland.
> From: Antoinette de Bourignon
> To: J. Marci - *** could this be our man, probably
> too late ?
> Place of sending: S.l.
> Year: 1672
> uva amsterdam - Shelf-mark: III A 32:h4
That must be our man. Yes, he'd been dead 5
years, but there are more letters addressed to
him posthumously. The fact that the letter is
in A'dam could mean that it was never sent.
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