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August 2022

16th century English theology Six interesting books!

598J Walter Travers 1547 or 1548-1635. And translated by Thomas Cartwright.1535-1603. A Full and Plaine Declaration of Ecclcsiasticall Discipline owt off the Word off God, and off the declininge off the Churehe off England from the same.   [Heidelberg] : Imprinted... Continue Reading →

10 Books written by Jesuits from the 17th century.

These ten books are on quite a few subjects.. approaching being on most possible subjects. I'm not going to list them but in the descriptions that follow you will see lots of them mentioned. A list of 10 books by... Continue Reading →

Five 16th century Aldine Titles: Cicero,Lactantius, Lucretius, Martialis, & Sallust.

574j Cicero, 1541 594j Lactantius, 1535 393j Lucretius, 1515 724j Martialis, 1517 496j Sallust, 1567 I 574J Cicero, Marcus Tullius  (106 B.C.-44 B.C.) M. Tullii Ciceronis de De Philosophia.  Prima Pars Id Est, Academicarum quæstionum editionis primæ liber se-cundus, editionis secundæ liber primus, Definibus... Continue Reading →

181J Psalterium Latinum. A early fifteenth century Manuscript Psalter  surrounded on every page by an untitled 18th century English History manuscript

181J Psalterium Latinum. A early fifteenth century Manuscript Psalter  surrounded on every page by an untitled 18th century English History manuscript.                                  Tours, France circa... Continue Reading →

16th century English theology Six interesting books!

598J Walter Travers 1547 or 1548-1635. And translated by Thomas Cartwright.1535-1603. A Full and Plaine Declaration of Ecclcsiasticall Discipline owt off the Word off God, and off the declininge off the Churehe off England from the same.   [Heidelberg] : Imprinted... Continue Reading →

The Letters of Ficino 1497

The Letters of Marsilio Ficino represent an essential core of his thought and influence as a chief architect of the Platonic and Hermetic revival, the philosophical and revelatory center of the new learning that was revamping religious vision and humanistic... Continue Reading →

Ciceronis de De Philosophia

574J Cicero, Marcus Tullius  (106 B.C.-44 B.C.) M. Tullii Ciceronis de De Philosophia.  Prima Pars Id Est, Academicarum quæstionum editionis primæ liber se-cundus, editionis secundæ liber primus, Definibus bonorum & malorum libri V. Tusculanarum quæstionum libri V.  Quibus in libris, quæ in alijs editioni- bus... Continue Reading →

Choice and select recipe’s, their names, compositions, preparations, vertues, uses and doses, as they are applicable to the whole practice of physick and chyrurgery….

538J George Bate. (1608-1669)  Pharmacopoeia Bateana: or, Bate’s dispensatory. Translated from the second edition of the Latin copy, published by Mr. James Shipton. Containing his choice and select recipe’s, their names, compositions, preparations, vertues, uses and doses, as they are... Continue Reading →

“One of the Trinity suffered in the flesh”

591J  Maxentius, active 6th century. c.520, edited by  J. Cochlaeus.. () Opscvla Maxentii Iohannis, Servi Dei, Theologi Antiqvi. Cologne: Apud Coloniam Agrippinam, in aedibus Hieronis Alopecij 1526                                                                                                         Price $1,500 Octavo, 15,5 x 10,5 cm.  This text was first published by Cochlaeus 1n1520 and... Continue Reading →

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