Alternate Titles: Encyclopedie d'Yverdon
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Consists of forty-two volumes of text, a six-volume Supplément and ten volumes of plates largely taken from the Paris Encyclopédie. Less anti-religious than its predecessor, it is known as the "encyclopédie protestante".
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French; History; Interdisciplinary Studies