APA Citation

Alber, E. (1603). The alcaron of the bare-foote friers: that is to say, an heape or number of the blasphemous and tryfling doctrines of the wounded idole S. Frances: Taken out of the booke of his rules, called in Latine, Liber conformitatum. Imprinted at London: By William White.

Chicago Style Citation

Alber, Erasmus. The Alcaron of the Bare-foote Friers: That Is to Say, an Heape or Number of the Blasphemous and Tryfling Doctrines of the Wounded Idole S. Frances: Taken Out of the Booke of His Rules, Called in Latine, Liber Conformitatum. Imprinted at London: By William White, 1603.

MLA Citation

Alber, Erasmus. The Alcaron of the Bare-foote Friers: That Is to Say, an Heape or Number of the Blasphemous and Tryfling Doctrines of the Wounded Idole S. Frances: Taken Out of the Booke of His Rules, Called in Latine, Liber Conformitatum. Imprinted at London: By William White, 1603.

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