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Boppert, P. Conrad

Published by Bruxelles 1855-1856 (1856)

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Item Description: Bruxelles 1855-1856, 1856. Halbledereinband. Book Condition: gut. Vol. 1: 659 S., Vol. 2: 643 S., Vol. 3: 630 S., Vol. 4: 635 S., Vol. 5: 631 S., Vol. 6: 588 S., 15 cm, goldgeprägte Buchrücken mit Aufkleber, Bibliotheksexemplar, Einbände leicht berieben, gebräunt. Bd. 1: A Dominica I Adventus usque ad Dom. V Post Epiphaniam; Bd. 2: A Dominica V post Epiphaniam usque ad diem s Paschae; Bd. 3: A die S. Paschae usque ad Dom. IV post Pont; Bd. 4: A Dominica IV post Pent. usque ad dom. XIV post Pentecosten; Bd. 5: A Dominica XIV post Pent. usque ad dom XXIV post Pentecosten; Bd. 6: A Dominica XXIV post Pent. usque ad domin. I Advent Proprium sanctorum et indices quatuor. Sprache: lat Erstausgabe. Bookseller Inventory # 4101-010

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Scepher Aemunot sive liber De Capitibus Fidei: Saadiah Gaon

Saadiah Gaon

Published by Iosephum Ben Israel, Amsterdam (1647)

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Item Description: Iosephum Ben Israel, Amsterdam, 1647. Hardcover (Vellum). Book Condition: Fair Condition. First Edition. Contemporary vellum, soiled and worn, chipping to title and other page edges, corners creased, a few small paper repairs, one page with the corner torn off with loss of a little text, browning to edges and margins, old stamps to Latin and Hebrew titles and final verso. 53 leaves. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Inventory No: 045259. Bookseller Inventory # 045259

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Sixtus III, Pope

Published by Josephus de Angelia, Rome (1573)

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Item Description: Josephus de Angelia, Rome, 1573. Vellum. Book Condition: Very good. y First Edition Thus. First edition of the spurious writings of 5th century Pope, Sixtus III. This work was edited by J. S. Solanius, Spanish theologian and mathematician. Not in Adams. BL Italian STC (Supplement) p. 75, with the note "Wrongly attributed to Sixtus III." 8vo. (16),247,(9)pp. Index. Title with woodcut device. Title with an early ownership signature and blank verso with a manuscript "Table of Contents." Cont. vellum, hand lettered spine. Bookseller Inventory # 8984

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Item Description: Basel, Per Ambrosium et Aurelium, Frobenios Fratres, (1565, March, -on colophon). Folio. One cont. full vellum w. six raised bands on back. The boards have perhaps been covered with vellum a bit later. A few wormholes to upper and lower part of back. Inner hinges a bit weak, but binding sound. Some leaves brownspotted, but overall internally nice. Cont. inscription in ink on top of t-p. ("Domus Casa Professore Romana Socieded Jesu"). Woodcut printer's device on t-p. Woodcut initials, three of which are large (4,9 x 4,9 cm). 348, 279, 190, (2), (66, -Index) pp. The rare first Langi/ Langum-edition and third Latin edition of the Opera of Justin. The first edition of the Opera in the original Greek appeared in 1551 (Paris, Stephanus). The first Latin edition appeared in 1554 (Basel Dupuys), the second (the Galen-edition) in 1555 (Basel, Hier. Froben & Nic. Episcopius) and the third (the Langi-edition) in 1565. This is probably the best of the Latin editions, and the Latin version of the Opera by Jo. Langi was also used for the standard Greek-Latin parallel editions of 1593 and 1615. Justin the Martyr (100 - 165 AD) was a Christian philosopher, who was brought up a pagan. He is primarily known for his dailogues and his apologies, all of which are present here. The apologies constitute the earliest Christian ones of some length. He died a martyr in Rome after having been condemned a Christian by Q. Junius Rusticus. As a philosopher he dealt with Stocism, Aristotelianism and Pythagoreanism before he meant to have found the truth in Platonism. Philosophically he is most interesting in his attempt to unite Christianity with philosophy (i.e. Platonism), as Boethius did a few centuries later, and Justin actually anticipates the philosophy of history of Origin (ca. 185 - ca. 255) and Eusebius (ca. 260 - 340). He is very interesting when viewed as a thinker, who represents the union of philosophy and thought with the new religious attraction in the Eastern part of the Empire under Antonius Pius, i.e. Christianity.Graesse III:515, Adams J:497, not in Brunet. Bookseller Inventory # 31640

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Item Description: Basileae, per Henrichum Petri / Basel, Henricpetri 1548., 1548. 4° (32 x 20.5 x 4.5 cm). 10 Bll., 618, 1 Bl., 99 SS. Titel u. Zwischenblatt verso mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke, 2 gest. Schemata i. Text, wenige gest. Zierinitialen (einige grösser, teilw. mit figuralen Sujets). Druck a. Bütten (Wasserzeichen). Schriftsatz der Quellentexte zweispaltig (griech. resp. lat. Sprache/Schrift), der Kommentare einspaltig. Arrangierter HSchweinsleder-Einband d.Zt. mit Blindprägedekor, Pappdeckel aus verleimten (wohl zeitgenöss. od. älteren) Manuskript-Blättern mit ebensolchem Bezug (verso Musiknoten), mont. Rückenschild mit vergold. Rückentitel. (Wohl Erste Ausgabe dieser Version). Einband etwas bestossen, berieben/beschabt (Rückendeckel mehr) u. min. fleckig, vorderes Gelenk im Fuss etwas angeplatzt/rep. Titelblatt mit hinterlegten Randläsuren (dadurch etwas knittrig/wellig) u. remontiert, erste Lage mit sauberen Reparaturstellen im Bundsteg (ausserhalb Text). Seiten gelegentlich schwach feuchtigkeitsspurig (blass, kaum störend), wenig fleckig, eine hintere Lage mit kleinem Wurmgang (Text kaum störend tangiert). Alters-, Lagerungs- u. Manipulations-, weniger eigentliche Gebrauchsspuren, altes hs. Sigel a. Titel. Gesamthaft weitestgehend sauberes, sehr ordentliches u. relativ gepflegtes Exemplar. VD 16 J-52; vgl. F. Hieronymus, Em Basileia tes Germanias: Griechischer Geist aus Basler Pressen. Basel 1992, Nr. 455; Graesse (unter Joannes Damascenus, als eigenständiges und sehr frühes gedrucktes Werk). ? Quellentexte in griechisch-lateinischem Paralleltext. ? Wasserzeichen: steigender Löwe nach rechts als Schildhalter, mit Reichsapfel; Schild: geteilt, das Fussfeld mit quer liegender Bandschlaufe wohl als Farbe (ev. Luzern, herald. als Fahne; so nicht bei H. B. Kälin, Wappen in Schweizer Wasserzeichen, 1986. Vergleichbar jedoch die Nrn. 54 u. 82). ?? Mit einer Biographie ?Ioannis Damasceni Vita, per Ioannem Patriarcham Hierosolymitanum conscripta, Ioan. Oecol. [Oecolampadius, Oecolampadio] interprete? (erstmals 1522; vgl. Staehelin, Oekolampad-Bibliographie, 2. Aufl. 1963, Nr. 62). ? Inhalt: I. Orthodoxae fidei accurata editio, libris quatuor comprenhensa, quibus haec tractantur: 1. De ineffabili divinitate, 2. De creaturarum genesi, ordino Moseos, 3. De ijs quae ab incarnationem usque ad resurrectionem Christi, 4. De ijs quae post resurrectionem, usque ad universalem resurrectionem (Jacobo Fabro Stapulensi interprete. In eosdem pia & erudita ?Enarratio Ioannis? Clichtovei Neportunensis [i.e. Jodocus Clichtoveus, von Nieuwpoort od. Nieuport, Belgien]); II. Eiusdem Ioan. Damasceni sermo: Quod qui in fide hinc migrarunt, sacris operationibus vivorum beneficijs multum iuventur (Ioan. Oecolampadio interprete); III. De decretis & placitis primae institutiones; V. De duabus Christi voluntatibus & actionibus, reliquisque naturalibus proprietatibus; VI. B. Maximi [i.e. S. Maximus Mart., ?der Bekenner?, 580?662], De duabus Christi naturis Libellus; VII. Haeresum quae ad illius tempora extiterunt, Catalogus (Ioachimo Peronio Benedictino Cormoeriaceno interprete [i.e. Joachim Peronius OSB]); VIII. Epistola, Deo eo quod Ecclesia canit, Sanctus Deus, Sanctus fortis, Sanctus immortalis [i.e. auf einer Legende gründendes Trisagion od. Trishagion, auch Karfreitagstrisagion, häufig gebraucht v.a. in der Liturgie der Ostkirche: Sviaty Bo e, sviaty krepkij, sviaty bezsmertny]; IX. Disceptatio Christiani & Sarraceni; X. De Dialectica, sive Logica liber, Capitum quinquaginta; XI. Sententiarum aliquot fragmentum (Bilibaldo Pircheymero interprete [Bilibaldus Pircheymerus, i.e. Vilibaldus, Wilibald od. Willibald Pirckheimer, Birckheimer, u.ä.; Humanist, 1470?1530]); XII. Carminum farrago (Aldo Manutio Romano interprete; [Versgedicht oder Hymnus, pp. 605?613/618, übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Aldus Manutius]); XIII. Historiam duorum Christi martyrum Iosaphat & Barlaam [etc.; Roman]. ? Mit Register. ?? Teil III des dreiteiligen Hauptwerks des Kirchenlehrers Johannes Damascenus (um 650?ca. 754), auch genannt Mansur od. Bookseller Inventory # GW011301

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Item Description: Mediolani : per magistrum Leonardum Pachel 1489 Folio A-I, AA, BB, a-k, in eights, except H, I, in sixes. The last leaf is blank. First Edition This copy is bound in lsater quarter calf. There is light dampstain at top margin, few minor wormholes in the beginning, touching a few letters, some thumbing to lower outer corner of first few leaves, small old red ink note to last leaf. Without the final blank. Small bookplate of the former Redemptorist seminary St. Alphonsus in Esopus, NY. Early 19th cen This is the Editio princeps of Hilary of Poitiers' major theological work, issued with St. Augustine's work on the same subject. defender of the divinity of Christ was a gentle and courteous man, devoted to writing some of the greatest theology on the Trinity, and was like his Master in being labeled a Òdisturber of the peace.Ó In a very troubled period in the Church, his holiness was lived out in both scholarship and controversy. He was bishop of Poitiers in France. Raised a pagan, he was converted to Christianity when he met his God of nature in the Scriptures. His wife was still living when he was chosen, against his will, to be the bishop of Poitiers in France. He was soon taken up with battling what became the scourge of the fourth century, Arianism, which denied the divinity of Christ. The heresy spread rapidly. St. Jerome said ÒThe world groaned and marveled to find that it was Arian.Ó When Emperor Constantius ordered all the bishops of the West to sign a condemnation of Athanasius, the great defender of the faith in the East, Hilary refused and was banished from France to far off Phrygia (in modern-day Turkey). Eventually he was called the ÒAthanasius of the West.Ó While writing in exile, he was invited by some semi-Arians (hoping for reconciliation) to a council the emperor called to counteract the Council of Nicea. But Hilary predictably defended the Church, and when he sought public debate with the heretical bishop who had exiled him, the Arians, dreading the meeting and its outcome, pleaded with the emperor to send this troublemaker back home. Hilary was welcomed by his people. His work on the Trinity is a scriptural confirmation of the philosophic doctrine of the divinity of Christ, and is of permanent value. It was not a mere restatement of traditional orthodoxy, but a fresh and living utterance of his own experience and study. In the discussion of the co-essentiality of the Son, Hilary lays emphasis on the Scripture titles and affirmations, and especially on his birth from the Father, which he insists involves identity of essence. In the elaboration of the divine-human personality of Christ, he is more original and profound. The incarnation was a move went of the Logos towards humanity in order to lift humanity up to participation in the divine nature. It consisted in a self-emptying of himself, and the assumption of human nature. In this process lie lost none of his divine nature; and, even during the humiliation, he continued to reign everywhere in heaven and on earth. Christ assumed body, soul, and spirit, and passed through all stages of human growth, his body being really subject to pain and death. Redemption is the result of ChristÕs voluntary substitution of himself, out of love, in our stead. Between the God-man and the believer there is a vital communion. As the Logos is in the Father, by reason of his divine birth, so we are in him, and become partakers of his nature, by regeneration and the sacraments of baptism and the LordÕs Supper. The christology of Hilary is full of fresh and inspiring thoughts, which deserve to be better known than they are. Goff H269( Yale U Beinecke , Villanova Univ); BMC VI 777. Bookseller Inventory # 776G

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