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The life and times of Aonio Paleario [1503-1570] or a history of the Italian reformers in the sixteenth century, illustrated

Young, M. [variously ascribed to Marilyn B. Young or to Michael F. D. Young]

Published by London: 1860., Bell and Daldy,, 1860
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by original letters and unedited documents. 2 vols.: xiv, 588 + xi, [1], 650 p.: fold. facsimile in v. 2, facing p. 562; 23 cm. Regarding the Benefit of Christ's passion (Venice, 1543): `Critics are proverbially hard to convince, and they have a better right than the unlearned to require strong proofs of literary authorship; but surely the simple facts of internal evidence are strong presumptive proof that Paleario was the author of the Beneficio. A close examination of his studies and writings will confirm the impression that he not only was capable of writing such a work, but that he actually did write a book of a similar character, containing the same opinions, at the same period. "One thing is certain," says the editor [Babington] of the Cambridge edition of the Trattato, "if it be not the work intended in his Oration, no track or trace of it has descended to our times." (vol. 1, p. 327 f.) -- This work is now ascribed to Benedetto Fontanini of Mantova, perhaps with revision by Marco Antonio Flaminio (see G. H. Williams, Radical reformation, 3rd ed., p. 833) Good, solid ex-lib. set in orig. green cloth. Edges dampmarked. Bookseller Inventory # 021695

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Title: The life and times of Aonio Paleario [1503-...

Publisher: London: 1860., Bell and Daldy,

Publication Date: 1860

Binding: Hardcover

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