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The Resource Bulla S.D.N.D. Pii diuina prouidentia Papae IIII. super ordinatione & promotione doctorum, & aliorum cuiuscunque artis, & facultatis professorum de caetero obseruanda

Bulla S.D.N.D. Pii diuina prouidentia Papae IIII. super ordinatione & promotione doctorum, & aliorum cuiuscunque artis, & facultatis professorum de caetero obseruanda

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Bulla S.D.N.D. Pii diuina prouidentia Papae IIII. super ordinatione & promotione doctorum, & aliorum cuiuscunque artis, & facultatis professorum de caetero obseruanda
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Bulla S.D.N.D. Pii diuina prouidentia Papae IIII. super ordinatione & promotione doctorum, & aliorum cuiuscunque artis, & facultatis professorum de caetero obseruanda
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Summary
Papal bull of the immediate post-Tridentine period, setting out the conditions for appointing and promoting academic staff in the Catholic states of Europe.
Cataloging source
NLE
Citation location within source
  • CNCE 68840
  • number 320
  • page 210
Citation source
  • EDIT 16
  • Fumagalli, G. Catalogo delle edizioni romane di Antonio Blado Asolano ed eredi (1516-1593)
  • Ascarelli, F. Cinquecentine romane
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
The crux of the document is that appointments and promotions in both schools and universities were to be made subject to a declaration of adherence to Catholic doctrine. Most of the third page contains the profession of faith to be recited, comprising the complete text of the Nicene Creed followed by the principal Roman Catholic doctrines as reaffirmed at the Council of Trent: seven sacraments, original sin, justification, Mass and transubstantiation, purgatory, veneration of saints, relics and images, the efficacy of indulgences, and papal supremacy. An anathema is pronounced against heretics, and the impossibility of salvation outside the Roman Church is reasserted. On Nov. 13, about three weeks before this bull appeared, Pius had published a short conspectus of the Catholic articles of faith as formulated at Trent, in his bull "Injunctum nobis." Their reappearance in summary form in the context of this slightly later document provides interesting evidence of the Counter-Reformation as it began to be put into practice in the specific and vital field of education
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Bulla S.D.N.D. Pii diuina prouidentia Papae IIII. super ordinatione & promotione doctorum, & aliorum cuiuscunque artis, & facultatis professorum de caetero obseruanda
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  • Caption title
  • Imprint from Ascarelli and Fumagalli
  • Bull signed on page [3] by Federico Cardinal Cesi in St. Peter's in Rome, Nov. 13, 1564 ("Dat. Romae apud Sanctum Petrum, anno ... millesimo quingentesimo sexagesimoquarto. [sic] Idibus Nouemb."); below is signature "Antonius Clerici Magister Cursorum" dated 4 Dec. 1564
  • Woodcuts: oval medallion portraits of St Peter, holding a key, and St. Paul, holding a sword, flanking papal arms of Pius IV on recto of first leaf below caption title; one floriated initial
  • Text printed in small roman type
  • Three similar editions of this bull printed in 1564; compare images in EDIT 16 CNCE 68840, 72851, and 42106
  • This edition not in Short-title catalogue of books printed in Italy and of Italian books printed in other countries from 1465 to 1600 now in the British Museum
Dimensions
29 cm (folio)
Extent
1 bifolium ([4] pages)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: in mylar sleeve; in folder, in envelope. Purchase, A. Sokol, 1990.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)315476589
  • ucoclc315476589
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Bulla S.D.N.D. Pii diuina prouidentia Papae IIII. super ordinatione & promotione doctorum, & aliorum cuiuscunque artis, & facultatis professorum de caetero obseruanda
Publication
Note
  • Caption title
  • Imprint from Ascarelli and Fumagalli
  • Bull signed on page [3] by Federico Cardinal Cesi in St. Peter's in Rome, Nov. 13, 1564 ("Dat. Romae apud Sanctum Petrum, anno ... millesimo quingentesimo sexagesimoquarto. [sic] Idibus Nouemb."); below is signature "Antonius Clerici Magister Cursorum" dated 4 Dec. 1564
  • Woodcuts: oval medallion portraits of St Peter, holding a key, and St. Paul, holding a sword, flanking papal arms of Pius IV on recto of first leaf below caption title; one floriated initial
  • Text printed in small roman type
  • Three similar editions of this bull printed in 1564; compare images in EDIT 16 CNCE 68840, 72851, and 42106
  • This edition not in Short-title catalogue of books printed in Italy and of Italian books printed in other countries from 1465 to 1600 now in the British Museum
Dimensions
29 cm (folio)
Extent
1 bifolium ([4] pages)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: in mylar sleeve; in folder, in envelope. Purchase, A. Sokol, 1990.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)315476589
  • ucoclc315476589

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