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The Resource Beati Alphonsi Thostati episcopi Abule[n]sis super Leuiticum i[n] sensu litterali noua [et] hactenus absco[n]dita a se edita comme[n]taria

Beati Alphonsi Thostati episcopi Abule[n]sis super Leuiticum i[n] sensu litterali noua [et] hactenus absco[n]dita a se edita comme[n]taria

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Beati Alphonsi Thostati episcopi Abule[n]sis super Leuiticum i[n] sensu litterali noua [et] hactenus absco[n]dita a se edita comme[n]taria
Title
Beati Alphonsi Thostati episcopi Abule[n]sis super Leuiticum i[n] sensu litterali noua [et] hactenus absco[n]dita a se edita comme[n]taria
Title variation
Super Leuiticum
Creator
Contributor
Editor
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Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
CNCE 35593
Citation source
EDIT 16
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • coats of arms
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Beati Alphonsi Thostati episcopi Abule[n]sis super Leuiticum i[n] sensu litterali noua [et] hactenus absco[n]dita a se edita comme[n]taria
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Year of printing precedes place and name of printer in colophon
  • Signatures: a-p8 q6 r-z8 [et]8 [con]8 [rum]8 A-D8 E-F6
  • Last leaf (F6) is blank
  • Woodcuts: half-page woodcut of Spanish royal arms on title-page, with motto "Plus ultra;" two smaller coats of arms in lower corners, the one on the left being that of Tostado; woodcut vignette at head of text of Tostado seated at his writing desk, an angel hovering above him; large white rustic initial below enclosing another cardinal's arms, printed in red; repeated in black on leaf a2v; small white-on-black ornamental initials
  • Title page and first page of text printed in red and black; text printed in gothic type, arranged in two columns; printed marginal notes
  • Edited by Alfonso Polo
Dimensions
37 cm (folio)
Extent
249, [1] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound with: Preclaru[m] diui Alphonsi Thostati Abulensis dum virit episcopi opus super Deuteronomium nus[que] hactenus impressum. Anno 1528. Venetijs in edibus Petri Liechtenstein. Bound in contemporary blind-stamped tawed pigskin over original beveled oak boards; remnants of two pairs of leather and metal clasps along fore-edges of boards. Ownership inscription on title page, dated 1554, of Christoph Neaetius, "s[anctae] the[ologiae] do[ctor]," archdeacon in Glatz, Lower Silesia (now Kłodzko, Poland). Nineteenth-century ownership inkstamp "Ad Bibl. Acad. Land." on title page of the Universitätsbibliothek München (this stamp in use 1800-1826). In modern beige cloth and tan leather clamshell box (41 cm) lined with tan felt; gold-stamped spine title "Tostado. Works II. 1506-1531." Purchase, A. Sokol, 1990.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)946093518
  • ucoclc946093518
Label
Beati Alphonsi Thostati episcopi Abule[n]sis super Leuiticum i[n] sensu litterali noua [et] hactenus absco[n]dita a se edita comme[n]taria
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Year of printing precedes place and name of printer in colophon
  • Signatures: a-p8 q6 r-z8 [et]8 [con]8 [rum]8 A-D8 E-F6
  • Last leaf (F6) is blank
  • Woodcuts: half-page woodcut of Spanish royal arms on title-page, with motto "Plus ultra;" two smaller coats of arms in lower corners, the one on the left being that of Tostado; woodcut vignette at head of text of Tostado seated at his writing desk, an angel hovering above him; large white rustic initial below enclosing another cardinal's arms, printed in red; repeated in black on leaf a2v; small white-on-black ornamental initials
  • Title page and first page of text printed in red and black; text printed in gothic type, arranged in two columns; printed marginal notes
  • Edited by Alfonso Polo
Dimensions
37 cm (folio)
Extent
249, [1] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound with: Preclaru[m] diui Alphonsi Thostati Abulensis dum virit episcopi opus super Deuteronomium nus[que] hactenus impressum. Anno 1528. Venetijs in edibus Petri Liechtenstein. Bound in contemporary blind-stamped tawed pigskin over original beveled oak boards; remnants of two pairs of leather and metal clasps along fore-edges of boards. Ownership inscription on title page, dated 1554, of Christoph Neaetius, "s[anctae] the[ologiae] do[ctor]," archdeacon in Glatz, Lower Silesia (now Kłodzko, Poland). Nineteenth-century ownership inkstamp "Ad Bibl. Acad. Land." on title page of the Universitätsbibliothek München (this stamp in use 1800-1826). In modern beige cloth and tan leather clamshell box (41 cm) lined with tan felt; gold-stamped spine title "Tostado. Works II. 1506-1531." Purchase, A. Sokol, 1990.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)946093518
  • ucoclc946093518

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