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Biblia sacra cum Glossa Ordinaria (primum quidem) a Strabo Fuldensi monacho Benedict. collecta. Nunc verò novis patrum cùm Graecorum tum Latinorum explicationibus locupletata. Et Postilla Nic. Lirani Franciscani, necnon additionibus Pauli Burgensis episcopi & Matthiae Thoringi replicis. theolog. Duacensium studio emendatis. Tomis sex comprehensa. Omnia denuò recensuit R.P. Leander a S. Martino Benedictinus adiecitq plures antiquos ac novos tractatus, analyses, paralella, tabulas chronologicas, & prosopographicas, cum Indicibus copiosissimus, ut merito haec editio dici possit theolog. et concionat. thesaurus
Antverpiae, Apud Ioannem Meursium, 1634. 6 vols. Large folio (44x30 cm). Contemporary full leather, spines with ribbons, gilt in compartments, gilt lines around the borders. (covers, spines and hinges restored: covers with a bit loss of leather, but neatly restored, 2 hinges broken, but also partly restored). On the whole acceptable bindings. With engraved title: title within nice rectangular cartouche: the personifications of theology at top, at the left of the Old Testament (holding medaillon with pentagram) and at the right of the New Testament (holding medaillon with IHS), by P. P. Rubens, engraved by Collaert (convent stamsps, as well on the other titles). Titles printed in red and black, with large woodcut vignettes . - With 74 charming small engravings in text. Paper age-toned and also seriously browned in places; marginal waterstain in vol. 2 and margin last quires vol. 6; a few very small rustspots (6 with hole of 2-3 mm). - Nicely printed, with different characters, the capitals are decorative woodcuts in different sizes. The Bible text surrounded by commentaries in a smaller type, and beneath these texts the "Postillae Literales" of Nicolaus de Lira in cursive type, in 2 columns. - A printing masterpiece, very rare The Glossa Ordinaria, which was finished during the 13th century, was the standard biblical gloss during the middle ages, used by Wyclif and his contemporaries. This copy also includes prologues, glosses, and commentary by Walafridus Strabo, Nicholas of Lyra, Paulus Burgensis (Paul of Burgos), Matthias Toringus, and many others (see the list in 2nd vol.). - Vol. 1: (lxiv)pp, 1730 columns, (iii: blank), (xx: Index), (iv: blank) pp., with engraved title; Vol. 2: (iv: blank),(ii: Title), (ii: table of authors), 1704 columns, (ii: blank), (xv: Index), (v: blank) pp. The pagination of the columns not always correct, so this volume counts 4 leaves more; Vol. 3: (iv: blank), (ii: Title), (ii: Authors) pp.; 2244 columns, (ii: blank) pp. and 4 leaves more: column 2237-2284: "Romanae correctionis in Latinis Bibliis ed. vulgatae. Loca insigniora"; (xvi: Index) pp. This volume has 8 leaves more; Vol. 4: (iv:blank) pp., 2524 columns, (ii:blank), (xxiv: "Romanae correctionis..."), (xviii: Index), (vi:blank) pp; Vol. 5: (iv:blank),(ii:title), (ii: Authors), (iv: Prefatio in 4 Evangelistas Nicolai de Lira), (vii: Prologum s. Hieronymi Leandri de S. Martino), (xvii: 'Congeries canonum' (tables)); columns 1-1330, (iii:blank), (xxxi: Romanae correctionis...), (1:blank), (xvii: Index), (i: blank), (xiii: Chronologia s. Scripturae), (v:blank) pp.; Vol. 6: (iv:blank), (ii:title), (ii: Authors) pp.; columns 1-1694, (i:blank)p, columns 1695-2070: Nicolai de Lira, Contra Iudaeos etc, & Pauli Burgensis, Contra perfidiam Iudaeorum; (iii: blank), (xvi: Romanae correctionis..), (xix: Index), (v:blank) pp.
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