Eucharius Gottlieb Rink - Works

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J. J. Mandata Cum Et Sine Clausula. Eucharius Gottlib Rink. – Altdorfii Noricorum : Meyer, 1697

De Carrociis : Ex Iure Militari Medii Aevi. Eucharius Gottlib Rink. – Altdorfii Noribergensium : Kohles, 1700

De Veteris Nvmismatis Potentia Et Qvalitate Lucubratio : occasione Rubricæ Codicis de eodem Argumento; sive Cognitio Totivs Rei Nvmariae Ad Intelligentiam Ivris Accommodata ; Accessit Dissertatio Ivridica De Nvmo Vnico, Cum multis aliis cognitioni Numorum conducentibus. Eucharius Rink. – Lipsiae, 1701

Leopolds des Großen, Römischen Käysers, wunderwürdiges Leben und Thaten : aus geheimen Nachrichten eröffnet. Eucharius Gottlieb Rink. – Leipzig : Fritsch, 1708

Leopolds des Großen, Römischen Käysers, wunderwürdiges Leben und Thaten : aus geheimen Nachrichten eröffnet. Eucharius Gottlieb Rink. Leipzig, Bey Thomas Fritsch, I-II. 1708

Ludewigs des XIV. Königes in Franckreich wunderwürdiges Leben oder Steigen und Fall. Eucharius Gottlieb Rinck. – Franckfurt : Riegel, 1709

Das verwirrte Pohlen : In einer genauen Gegeneinanderhaltung der Geschichte des vorigen und jetzigen schwedischen Kriegs vorgestellet ... ; Diesem ist beigefügt eine Beschreibung aller polnischen und litthauischen Hertzoge und Könige nebst des Landes Städte und Provinzen. Eucharius Gottlieb Rink. – Franckfurth : Riegel, 1711

Analecta Historica De Origine Electorvm / Proponvnt Evcharivs Gottlib Rink Et Jacob Gottlib Linck Anno CICICCCXII Die XIV Maii. Rink, Eucharius Gottlieb és Linck, Jacob Gottlieb (1693-1761) AltorfI Noribergensivm Typis Kohlesii Acad. Typ., 1712

Josephs des Sieghafften Röm. Käysers Leben und Thaten : In zwey theile abgefasset, und mit bildnißen gezieret. Eucharius Gottlieb Rink. – Cölln, 1712

Josephs des Sieghafften Röm. Käysers Leben und Thaten : In zwey theile abgefasset, und mit bildnißen gezieret. Eucharius Gottlieb Rink, Cölln, I-II. 1712

Leopolds des Großen, Römischen Käysers, wunderwürdiges Leben und Thaten : aus geheimen Nachrichten eröffnet. Eucharius Gottlieb Rink. – Aufs neue gedr. u. um vieles verm. – Cölln, 1713

Leopolds des Großen, Römischen Käysers, wunderwürdiges Leben und Thaten : aus geheimen Nachrichten eröffnet. Eucharius Gottlieb Rink, Cölln, I-IV. 1713

Dissertatio Academica De Speculo Saxonico Fonte Iur. Sax. Communis Vulgo vom Sachsen-Spiegel. Eucharius Gottlib Rink. – Altorfii : Kohles, 1718

Dissertatio Academica De Speculo Saxonico Fonte Iur. Sax. Communis Vulgo vom Sachsen-Spiegel. Eucharius Gottlib Rink. – Altorfii : Kohles, 1718

De eo quod iustam est circa Galeam. Helmstedt, 1726

2nd edirion: De Eo Quod Iustum Est Circa Galeam / Eucharius Gottlib Rink ; Christoph. Andreas de Im-Hof . Altorfii Noric. : Grebner, 1742

Dissertatio Iuridica De Clypeorum Ratione Habenda In Feudis Alienandis. Eucharius Gottlib Rink. – Altorfii : Kohles, 1731

Eucharii Gottlib Rinck ... De Imperatoribus Primis Perpetuis Ac Solis Academiarum In Germania Autoribus : Anno M D CC XXIII. Publice Defensa Nunc Vt Multorum Desideriis Satisfiat Adcurate Recusa. Eucharius Gottlib Rinck. – Recusa. – Lipsiae : Trog, 1736

Eucharii Gottlib Rinckii ... Commentatio Iuridica De Clypeorum Ratione Habenda In Feudis Alienandis : Daß man in Veräusserung der Lehngüter auf die Heerschilde zu sehen habe. Eucharius Gottlib Rinckius. –, 1746

Bibliotheca Rinckiana : seu supellex librorum ... qvos per omnia scientiarum genera collegit ... Eucharius Gottlieb Rinck ... cum præfatione Adami Friderici Glafey ... accedit index locupletissimus. Adamus Fridericus Glafey. – Lipsiae : Fritsch, 1747

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