APA Citation

Böhme, J., & H. B. (1654). Four tables of divine revelation: Signifying what God in himself is, without nature; and how considered in nature; according to the three principles. : Also what heaven, hell, world, time, and eternitie are; together with all creatures visible and invisible: and out of what all things had their original. London: Printed for H. Blunden, and sold at the Castle in Corn-Hill.

Chicago Style Citation

Böhme, Jakob, and H. B. Four Tables of Divine Revelation: Signifying What God in Himself Is, Without Nature; and How Considered in Nature; According to the Three Principles. : Also What Heaven, Hell, World, Time, and Eternitie Are; Together With All Creatures Visible and Invisible: And Out of What All Things Had Their Original. London: Printed for H. Blunden, and sold at the Castle in Corn-Hill, 1654.

MLA Citation

Böhme, Jakob, and H. B. Four Tables of Divine Revelation: Signifying What God in Himself Is, Without Nature; and How Considered in Nature; According to the Three Principles. : Also What Heaven, Hell, World, Time, and Eternitie Are; Together With All Creatures Visible and Invisible: And Out of What All Things Had Their Original. London: Printed for H. Blunden, and sold at the Castle in Corn-Hill, 1654.

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