fasc.


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fasc.

abbr.
fascicle
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"La professione di fede di Giordano Bruno." La cultura, anno 1, fasc. 1 (1963): 1-14.
Buletinul Institutului Politehnic din Iasi, Fasc. 7A, 9/2006, pp.195-200, ISSN 1011-2855
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2 Another recent book on the subject is Gerhard Oberhammer's La delivrance, des cette vie (jivanmuktih), Publications de l'Institut de civilisation indienne, fasc. 61 (Paris: de Boccard, 1994).
76, fasc. 1, 2, 3, 4, y 5; y Segretaria dello Stato, no.
For an overview of the evidence, see David Stronach, "Median and Achaemenid Archaeology," Encyclopaedia Iranica II, fasc. 3 (London, 1986), 293-96; and the forthcoming study by Antigoni Zournatzi, "The Island of Cyprus in the Persian Period" (Ph.D.