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L'Université de Leyde et la République des Lettres au 17e siècle

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Although the University of Leiden was founded in 1575 under the most difficult circumstances, it managed to build up an international reputation, and was frequented by scholars from home and abroad before a quarter of a century had elapsed. In the early seventeenth century already the Academia Lugduno-Batava enjoyed considerable advantages, often the result of a concurrence of extraordinary circumstances and the careful policy of its Curators, so that all through the


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