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Michael Baudric
Institutiones Dialecticae juxta veridica(m) Aristotelis et Divi Thomae Doctrina(m).
Manuscript, 17th century, 1675. Interesting 17th-century manuscript containing a compendium of classical logic that illustrates the religious-philosophical-political conflicts of those timesNicely executed Latin manuscript in an admirable binding, neatly written in brown-black ink in elegant, equally strong and righthanded cursive script. Headings and subtitles in large cursive or italic antiqua-letter with partly strong swelling strokes.8vo (19,5 x 13,6 cm). 323 pp + 121 blanks. Usually 35 - 37 lines to a page, maximal 41. Contemporary brick-red morocco binding, covers with gilt double-frame and corners with gilt flower-ornaments, spine with 4 raised bands, 4 compartments decorated with gilt fleurons and one with gilt-lettered title "Logica", gilt-decorated board-edges, all paper-edges gilt, marbled endpapers. The text is illustrated with 5 text-drawings in ink and 14 full-page religious copper engravings that have been bound in. As frontispiece a copper-engraved cartouche in baroque style in which the author's name (Michael Baudric), his place of origin (urbis Manucae = Manosque in the department of Basses-Alpes) and date (1675).A very neatly written/calligraphed 17th-century manuscript, containing a methodical, almost scholastic, compendium of classical logic, that exquisitely illustrates the religious-philosophical-political conflicts of those times. In Manosque, there was at that time a Huguenot church, although outside of the town, only one of three in the Provence, where Protestant faith once was prominent. That church could remain there only until the Edict of Fonta … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
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