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Franzelin Johann Baptist

Published by Romae, Typis S. C. de Propag. Fide Soc. Eq. P. Marietti / Torino, P. H. F. Marietti, 1870 (1870)

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Item Description: Romae, Typis S. C. de Propag. Fide Soc. Eq. P. Marietti / Torino, P. H. F. Marietti, 1870, 1870. In 8°, mz. tela coeva (lieve scoloritura al dorso), pp. 642-(2nn). L'A. fu teologo, orientalista e gesuita. Bookseller Inventory # 18-0525

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Franzelin, Johann Baptist

Published by Typis S. C. de Propag. Fide Soc. Eq. P. Marietti /Turin, P. H. F. Marietti, Rom (1870)

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Item Description: Typis S. C. de Propag. Fide Soc. Eq. P. Marietti /Turin, P. H. F. Marietti, Rom, 1870. Leder. Erstausgabe. 642 S., 1 Bl. HLederband der Zeit mit etwas Rückenvergoldung. Sprache: Latein, Rücken und Deckelkanten etwas beschabt; leicht stockfleckig und gebräunt; Stempel auf und verso Titel. Johann Baptist Franzelin (1816-1886); bedeutender österreichischer (südtiroler) Theologe und Orientalist; Jesuit; seit 1876 Kardinal. Vgl. ADB 48 (Nachträge), 730f. 1200 Gramm. Buch. Bookseller Inventory # 49611

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Tractatus de Verbo Incarnato: Johann Baptist Franzelin

Johann Baptist Franzelin

Published by - Romae - Ex Typographia Polyglotta S. C. De Propaganda Fide (1874)

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Item Description: - Romae - Ex Typographia Polyglotta S. C. De Propaganda Fide, 1874. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. A significant religious works from Johann Baptist Franzelin, of 'The Society of Jesus': 'A Treatise on the Incarnate Word'. In Latin. Johann Baptist Franzelin (b. at Aldein, in Tyrol, 15 April 1816; d. at Rome, 11 December 1886) was an Austrian Jesuit theologian and Cardinal. Driven from Rome by the revolution of 1848, he went successively to England, Belgium, and France, where he was ordained in 1849. In 1850 he returned to the Roman college as assistant professor of dogma, and lecturer on Arabic, Syriac, and Chaldean. In 1853 he became prefect of studies in the German college, and in 1857 professor of dogmatic theology in the Roman college, where he remained for nineteen years, winning for himself by his lectures and publications a foremost place among the theologians of that time. During this period he acted as Consultor to several Roman Congregations, and aided in the preliminaries of the First Vatican Council, in which he afterwards served as papal theologian. In 1876, despite his protests, he was raised to the cardinalate by Pope Pius IX. This dignity made almost no change in his scrupulously simple and laborious life. As a cardinal, his sole departure from strict adherence to the Jesuit rule was to omit the daily recreation. Moreover, though constantly engaged as prefect of the Congregation of Indulgences and Relics, and consultor of several other congregations, he steadily refused the aid of a secretary. His entire income as cardinal he distributed among the poor, the foreign missions, and converts whose property had been seized by the Italian government. Condition: In a halfvellum binding with marbled boards and morocco spine label. Externally very sound although rubbed, with some loss to the paper. Remnants of library label to spine. Internally, firmly bound. Marginal age-toning, but generally clean with just the odd spot. Monastic library bookplate to front pastedown. Overall: VERY GOOD. Bookseller Inventory # 019605

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