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About this Item: Leipzig, Amazon o.J. Condition: Gut. 244, 221 S. Kart. Universitätsnachdruck der Ausgaben Venetiis, Victorium Sauionum 1644. Mehrere Seiten aufgrund der Nachdrucktechnik stellenweise unleserlich. Sehr gut erhalten. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1200 Reprints from the collection of the University of Michigan Library. Seller Inventory # 19314

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Menghi, Giroloamo [hier: Mengus, Hieronymus].

Published by Gedruckt zu Frankfurt am Main (verlegt) Simon Holzer in Innsbruck (1708)

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About this Item: Gedruckt zu Frankfurt am Main (verlegt) Simon Holzer in Innsbruck, 1708. 0. [8] Bll., 283, [3] S., 1 leeres Bl., 279, (17) S. Späterer(?) Lederband auf 3 Bünden mit Strichlinienverzierung und Schließen. Geringf. stockfleckig, minimal fingerfleckig. Eine Schließe (eingerissen, schließt aber noch). Umfangreiche Sammelschrift des Girolamo Menghi zum Exorzismus. - Graesse IV.489 (nur mit dem 1. Teil). Caillet II.7378 ebenfalls mit (tatsächlich?) in Frankfurt gedruckter Ausgabe mit beiden Teilen, allerdings für Joh. Adolph: "Curieux recueils d'exorcisme tardivement mis à l'index de 1709. On a réuni les deux ouvrages de J. Mengus, le Flagellum daemonum et le Fustis daemonum." Kein Exemplar mit vorliegender Adresse 'Prostat Oeniponti apud Simonem Holzerum' im KVK für deutsche Bibliotheken nachgewiesen (allerdings wg. Innsbruck in Österreich). Da bereits (allerdings 'tardivement') mit Dekret vom 4. März 1709 auf dem Index, liegt hier wohl die letzte und umfangreichste ("Quibus novi Exorcismi [.] superaddita fuerunt") Ausgabe vor. la. Seller Inventory # 43085AB

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Manego, Hieronimo

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ISBN 10: 8889662107 ISBN 13: 9788889662106

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About this Item: CASTEL NEGRINO. Condition: Muy Bueno / Very Good. Seller Inventory # 100000000300711

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About this Item: 1586. hardcover. Condition: very good. Short thick 8vo, title page in red and black, [16], 253, [3], 84, [18], 327 pages, old calf-backed marbled boards with red spine label. Bononiae: Apud Joannem Rossium, 1586. Very good condition. Scarce in any edition -- a very early copy of this work which was republished numerous times. Seller Inventory # 147694

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Hieronymo Mengo (Hieronymus Mengus)

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About this Item: Venetiis, 1587. «Flagellum daemonum: exorcismos terribiles, potentissimos et efficaces, remediaque probatissima, ac doctrinam singularem in malignos spiritus expellendos, facturasque, & maleficia fuganda de obsessis corporibus complectens, cum suis benedictionibus, & omnibus requisitis ad eorum expulsionem. Accessit postremo pars secunda, quae Fustis Dæmonum inscribitur.» Obra seguida de «Fustis Daemonum». Valiosa recopilación de distintos modos de exorcismo. Escrito en latín. Marcas de humedad en las hojas finales de «Fustis Dæmonum». Encuadernación no original con tejuelo en piel, restaurado: conserva lomo y cubiertas originales en piel. 14x19. 1587. Religion 328 páginas. Seller Inventory # 0600010

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Flagellum daemonum exorcismos terribiles, potentissimos, et efficaces.(with): MENGHI, Girolamo
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About this Item: ad signum Charitatis, Venice, 1587. Softcover. Condition: Very good. 4to (in eights). 2 vols. in one. pp. [xii], 172, [iv] ; pp. [xii], 160. (a?, A-L? ; ??, A-K?.). Roman letter. First title in red and black, woodcut printers device representing Charity on both titles, large historiated woodcut initials, woodcut ornaments, head and tailpieces, early ex-libris with shelf mark crossed out on blank portion of first t-p, library stamp (smudged) beneath. Light age yellowing. Very good copies, crisp and clean, in contemporary limp vellum, a little soiled and creased, remains of ties, early ink casemark on spine. Excellent editions of two of the most important and influential works on exorcism of the sixteenth century by the most authoritative exorcist of Renaissance Italy, the Franciscan, Girolamo Menghi. Both these works were later included in the authoritative collection on exorcisms the ‘Thesaurus exorcismorum’. Menghi was born in Viadana in the province of Mantua. At the age of 20 he joined the Fransciscan order, rising to the level of provincial superior in 1598. A theologian and exorcist, he practised in Bologna, and was known as ‘the father of the exorcists’ art’. His best known work, ‘Flagellum Daemonum’ was translated into Italian and published in 1576, as ‘Compendio dell’arte essorcisica’ so it would reach the widest audience possible. "Girolamo Menghi’s Flagellum Daemonum (the Devil’s Scourge), (was) originally published in Venice in 1576. This was a collection of seven rites of exorcism with detailed instructions on the preparation of the priest and the victim and what sorts of gestures or paraphernalia the priest should employ. No magic wands are mentioned, but the priest could make the Sign of the Cross with great frequency and drape the victim with his stole. He could use his book of exorcism, holy water, fire, or images of the devil. Various herbs or minerals burnt in smudges could help drive out the devil. Various sacramentals had to be specially blest - in essence, purified to make sure they had no diabolic residue - and there are rites of blessing given in this manual as well" Jane Davidson, ‘Early Modern Supernatural: The Dark Side of European Culture, 1400-1700.’ Girolamo Menghi prefaces the Flagellum with a vehement defence of exorcism. Dedicating the work to Cardian Gabriele Paleotto, Menghi advocates a much more aggressive promotion and publication of books of exorcisms. He states it is impossible to extirpate this plague unless the art of performing exorcisms is fully known and appreciated throughout the Catholic world. "Worried about the perceived chaos that characterized exorcismal activities in Italy and the unorthodox practices employed by many exorcists, Menghi set himself the goal of compiling all of the existing authorized rituals into a manual for the use of parish exorcists. His books instruct exorcists on how to diagnose a genuine diabolic possession, how to confront the demons, and how to cast out evil spirits, and they contain numerous exorcismal liturgies. This concrete and practical approach was due partly to the events of the recent past. A certain ‘aegritudo’, a mysterious and deadly infection, was threatening innumerable victims, Menghi stated. [he] also intended to prove that demons possessed human beings and animals, and . argued that ‘medicina celeste,’ as it was practised by ecclesiastical exorcists, was the only appropriate means to overcome diabolic power" Moshe Sluhovsky. Menghi was well acquainted with demoniacal literature; the authors he quotes range from Avicenna to Michael Psellus, from Lull to Sprenger. Despite his contemporary fame his works were placed on the index of forbidden books by the Sant’Uffizio in the C18th. "Girolamo Menghi articulated a philosophy of evil that reflected the social and religious culture of his time. . He tried to arrange devils according to their function, spheres of action and bad habits - just as Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite had arranged angels in his ‘Celestial Hierarchy’". Gaetano Paxia. Very good copies of the. Seller Inventory # L1399

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