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Bulla intimatio[n]is generalis Concilii apud Lateranum, per S.D.N. Juliu[m] Papam ii edita

Label
Bulla intimatio[n]is generalis Concilii apud Lateranum
Title
Bulla intimatio[n]is generalis Concilii apud Lateranum
Statement of responsibility
per S.D.N. Juliu[m] Papam ii edita
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Language
lat
Summary
Papal bull, issued at Rome on July 18, 1511 by Pope Julius II, announcing the convocation of the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-1517), the last major council prior to the Reformation
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Cataloging source
EMT
Citation location within source
  • p. 571
  • 12107
  • no. 39
  • p. 145
  • CNCE 13918
Citation source
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • Isaac
  • Ascarelli, F. Annali tipografici di Giacomo Mazzocchi
  • Ascarelli, F. Cinquecentine romane
  • EDIT 16
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non fiction
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Bulla intimatio[n]is generalis Concilii apud Lateranum, per S.D.N. Juliu[m] Papam ii edita
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Note
  • Imprint from colophon (p. [18])
  • Signatures: A4b6
  • Woodcuts: title within architectural border (cf. ill. in Ascarelli, p. 66); title vignette (papal arms of Julius II, containing the Rovere family oak tree with acorns); papal seal on p. [19]; two ornamental initials
  • Title printed in gothic type, text in roman type
  • Printed by Marcello Silber for Jacobus Mazochius; cf. BM STC Italian
  • One of the papal bulls from 1511-1516 issued by Popes Julius II and Leo X, in association with the Fifth Lateran Council. The Council was summoned by Pope Julius II in response to the "quasi-council" assembled at Pisa by several schismatic cardinals, and officially supported by King Louis XII of France. Twice postponed, the Council finally held its first session at Rome in the Lateran residence on May 10, 1512. Of the twelve sessions, the first five were held during the pontificate of Julius II, and dealt primarily with the condemnation and rejection of the quasi-council of Pisa, and with the revoking and annulment of the French "Pragmatic Sanction" which would have restricted papal authority over French bishops. The remaining seven sessions under Leo X focused on achieving peace between Christian rulers, church reform, and defense of the faith through elimination of heresy. Cf. N.H. Minnich, The Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17)
Dimensions
21 cm. (4to)
Extent
[20] p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: modern quarter binding of red morocco and red marbled paper. Contemporary ms. marginalia. Purchased as a collection of eleven bulls from Paul Dowling of Liber Antiquus, 2006.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)12144342
  • ucoclc12144342
Label
Bulla intimatio[n]is generalis Concilii apud Lateranum, per S.D.N. Juliu[m] Papam ii edita
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon (p. [18])
  • Signatures: A4b6
  • Woodcuts: title within architectural border (cf. ill. in Ascarelli, p. 66); title vignette (papal arms of Julius II, containing the Rovere family oak tree with acorns); papal seal on p. [19]; two ornamental initials
  • Title printed in gothic type, text in roman type
  • Printed by Marcello Silber for Jacobus Mazochius; cf. BM STC Italian
  • One of the papal bulls from 1511-1516 issued by Popes Julius II and Leo X, in association with the Fifth Lateran Council. The Council was summoned by Pope Julius II in response to the "quasi-council" assembled at Pisa by several schismatic cardinals, and officially supported by King Louis XII of France. Twice postponed, the Council finally held its first session at Rome in the Lateran residence on May 10, 1512. Of the twelve sessions, the first five were held during the pontificate of Julius II, and dealt primarily with the condemnation and rejection of the quasi-council of Pisa, and with the revoking and annulment of the French "Pragmatic Sanction" which would have restricted papal authority over French bishops. The remaining seven sessions under Leo X focused on achieving peace between Christian rulers, church reform, and defense of the faith through elimination of heresy. Cf. N.H. Minnich, The Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17)
Dimensions
21 cm. (4to)
Extent
[20] p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: modern quarter binding of red morocco and red marbled paper. Contemporary ms. marginalia. Purchased as a collection of eleven bulls from Paul Dowling of Liber Antiquus, 2006.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)12144342
  • ucoclc12144342

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