noun, plural bi·blio·te·cas [bee-vlyaw-te-kahs] /ˌbi vlyɔˈtɛ kɑs/. Spanish.
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In 1884 it was opened as the Biblioteca Nacional, and now possesses over 200,000 vols.
Several papers by him, on mineralogical subjects, appeared in the Biblioteca Italiana from 1816 to 1823.
In addition to the pair referred to above, a copy of the celestial globe may be found in the Biblioteca Civico of Bergamo.
Both are printed in the third volume of Calderon's comedies in the 'Biblioteca de autores españoles,' 1848-50.Pastoral Poetry and Pastoral Drama|Walter W. Greg
The Biblioteca Barbarini of Rome possesses four armillary spheres, all appearing to be of the early seventeenth century.