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The Resource Berardi Bonioannis episcopi Camerini, nuncii apostolici apud serenisimum regem Polloniae breuis summa in compendium totius Summae Theologicae Diui Thomae Aquinatis

Berardi Bonioannis episcopi Camerini, nuncii apostolici apud serenisimum regem Polloniae breuis summa in compendium totius Summae Theologicae Diui Thomae Aquinatis

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Berardi Bonioannis episcopi Camerini, nuncii apostolici apud serenisimum regem Polloniae breuis summa in compendium totius Summae Theologicae Diui Thomae Aquinatis
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Berardi Bonioannis episcopi Camerini, nuncii apostolici apud serenisimum regem Polloniae breuis summa in compendium totius Summae Theologicae Diui Thomae Aquinatis
Title variation
  • Breuis summa in compendium totius summae theologicae diui Thomae Aquinatis
  • Brevis summa in compendium totius summae theologicae divi Thomae Aquinatis
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Summary
Chapter-by-chapter summary by Berardo Bongiovanni, bishop of Camerino, of Aquinas' contribution to Christian scholasticism, the Summa theologicae.
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CLU
Citation location within source
  • B-2420- 2423
  • CNCE 6982
Citation source
  • Adams
  • EDIT 16
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
The Catholic encyclopedia calls the Summa "Christian doctrine in scientific form: it is human reason rendering its highest service in defence and explanation of the truths of the Christian religion."
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Berardi Bonioannis episcopi Camerini, nuncii apostolici apud serenisimum regem Polloniae breuis summa in compendium totius Summae Theologicae Diui Thomae Aquinatis
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Publication
Note
  • Each of the four parts has separate title page, foliation, and signatures
  • Part 4 (Breuis summa tertiae partis Summa theologicae) has imprint date of 1563. Title page imprint reads "Venetiis: Apud Andream Ariuabenum, MDLXIII;" colophon reads "Venetiis: Apud Cominum de Tridino, 1563."
  • Foliation: [Breuis summa [primae partis] Summa theologicae]: [4], 75, [1] leaves; [Breuis summa primae secundae partis Summa theologicae]: [4], 111, [1] leaves; [Breuis summa secundae partis secundae Summa theologicae]: [4], 116 [i.e. 124] leaves; [Breuis summa tertiae partis Summa theologicae]: [4], 87, [3] leaves
  • Signatures: [Breuis summa [primae partis] Summa theologicae]: pi4 A-I8 K4; [Breuis summa primae secundae partis Summa theologicae]: pi4 A-O8; [Breuis summa secundae primae partis Summa theologicae]: pi4 aa-pp8 qq4; [Breuis summa tertiae partis Summa theologicae]: pi4 A-L8 aa2
  • Woodcuts: device of publisher Andrea Arrivabene on each title page, featuring vignette of the Samaritan woman drawing water from the well for Christ, encircled on three sides with motto "Qui biberit ex hac aqua, non sitiet in aeternum"; first word of title within cartouche within illustrated panel; small ornamental initials
  • Text printed in roman type; marginal captions in small italic type
  • Errata for first 3 parts: leaves [2]-[3] (leaves aa1-aa2) at end of Breuis summa tertiae partis Summa theologicae
  • Not in BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
Dimensions
19 cm (8vo)
Extent
4 v. in 1
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards; ornamental central panel on upper cover within four-panel border of half-figures of Christ in different roles: teacher ("P. Doctor Gen[t]."); sacrificial offering ("Ecce Agnus Dei"); lawgiver ("Le[x] P. Moisen"); and redeemer ("Gratia P. Christu"); central panel on lower cover enclosed within border of figures of faith ("Fides"), prudence ("Prudencia"), hope ("Spes"), and charity ("Caritas"); four raised bands on spine; two pair of brass clasps and catches; traces of manuscript spine title and paper shelf-mark labels. Eighteenth-century Fugger shelf-mark in manuscript on front endleaf, and below, initials "SA." Purchase, Maggs Brothers, 1994.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)853577115
  • ucoclc853577115
Label
Berardi Bonioannis episcopi Camerini, nuncii apostolici apud serenisimum regem Polloniae breuis summa in compendium totius Summae Theologicae Diui Thomae Aquinatis
Publication
Note
  • Each of the four parts has separate title page, foliation, and signatures
  • Part 4 (Breuis summa tertiae partis Summa theologicae) has imprint date of 1563. Title page imprint reads "Venetiis: Apud Andream Ariuabenum, MDLXIII;" colophon reads "Venetiis: Apud Cominum de Tridino, 1563."
  • Foliation: [Breuis summa [primae partis] Summa theologicae]: [4], 75, [1] leaves; [Breuis summa primae secundae partis Summa theologicae]: [4], 111, [1] leaves; [Breuis summa secundae partis secundae Summa theologicae]: [4], 116 [i.e. 124] leaves; [Breuis summa tertiae partis Summa theologicae]: [4], 87, [3] leaves
  • Signatures: [Breuis summa [primae partis] Summa theologicae]: pi4 A-I8 K4; [Breuis summa primae secundae partis Summa theologicae]: pi4 A-O8; [Breuis summa secundae primae partis Summa theologicae]: pi4 aa-pp8 qq4; [Breuis summa tertiae partis Summa theologicae]: pi4 A-L8 aa2
  • Woodcuts: device of publisher Andrea Arrivabene on each title page, featuring vignette of the Samaritan woman drawing water from the well for Christ, encircled on three sides with motto "Qui biberit ex hac aqua, non sitiet in aeternum"; first word of title within cartouche within illustrated panel; small ornamental initials
  • Text printed in roman type; marginal captions in small italic type
  • Errata for first 3 parts: leaves [2]-[3] (leaves aa1-aa2) at end of Breuis summa tertiae partis Summa theologicae
  • Not in BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
Dimensions
19 cm (8vo)
Extent
4 v. in 1
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards; ornamental central panel on upper cover within four-panel border of half-figures of Christ in different roles: teacher ("P. Doctor Gen[t]."); sacrificial offering ("Ecce Agnus Dei"); lawgiver ("Le[x] P. Moisen"); and redeemer ("Gratia P. Christu"); central panel on lower cover enclosed within border of figures of faith ("Fides"), prudence ("Prudencia"), hope ("Spes"), and charity ("Caritas"); four raised bands on spine; two pair of brass clasps and catches; traces of manuscript spine title and paper shelf-mark labels. Eighteenth-century Fugger shelf-mark in manuscript on front endleaf, and below, initials "SA." Purchase, Maggs Brothers, 1994.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)853577115
  • ucoclc853577115

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