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AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius [St Augustine of Hippo]
DE CIVITATE DEI [THE CITY OF GOD] BY ST AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO 1505 Post-Incunable
Basel: Johann Amerbach, 1505. Good condition. [AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (St. Augustine of Hippo, 354-430)]. Divi Augustini librorum pars septima. Libri De civitate Dei xxii. In eosdem commentaria Thome Valois et Nicolai Triveth : cum addtionibus Jacobi Passavantii et theologice veritates Francisci maronis. Basilae [Basel] : ex ædibus impressorijs Johann Amerbach, J. Petri & J. Froben, M.D.V. [15 January 1505]. Hardcover. Two parts in one volume. Leather-bound. Folio (2°) (310 x 230 mm), ff. 300, (55) [Unnumbered leaves]. Collation: a-k⁸/⁶ l⁶ m⁸ n-z⁶ A-K⁶/⁸ L-M⁶ N-O⁸ P-S⁶/⁸ T-Y⁶, a⁸ b-h⁶ i5. Part II with error in collation. Imprint from colophon (y5v): XV die me[n]sis ianuarij. Latin text in Gothic Rotunda script, occasional words or paragraphs in Greek. Double column and surrounding commentary in lines of 54-64, with headline. Bound in 18th century full calf with four spine bands, the compartments gilt ruled and tooled, page edges speckled. Verso a¹ with large woodcut and verse, a² recto with Introduction by Conradus Leontarius, a² verso Argument, verso a² - recto a3 table for Book I, a3 commentators' preface, recto a⁴ onwards with 22 chapters of text and commentary, verso Y5 colophon, recto Y⁶ index with verso blank. Part II with a separate title-page and register: Principaliu[m] materiaru[m] librorum sancti Augustini de ciuitate dei summaria annotation. Shoulder notes. Contemporary colouring: consistently rubricated with large and small initials and paragraph marks alternating in red or blue, beautiful 7-line illuminated initial opening part I. Tsarist era library stamp on ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
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