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The Resource Thomae Campegii Bononiensis episcopi Feltren de coelibatu sacerdotum non abrogando

Thomae Campegii Bononiensis episcopi Feltren de coelibatu sacerdotum non abrogando

Label
Thomae Campegii Bononiensis episcopi Feltren de coelibatu sacerdotum non abrogando
Title
Thomae Campegii Bononiensis episcopi Feltren de coelibatu sacerdotum non abrogando
Title variation
De coelibatu sacerdotum non abrogando
Creator
Contributor
Former owner
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Cataloging source
INL
Citation location within source
  • p. 142
  • v. 1, p. 234
Citation source
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • Adams
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Thomae Campegii Bononiensis episcopi Feltren de coelibatu sacerdotum non abrogando
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Definitive post-Reformation statement on the celibacy of the religious life
  • Signatures: *8 A-F8
  • Woodcuts: Woodcuts: printer's device on t.p. (female figure of Hope (la Speranza), standing atop a book, and surrounded by several trunks and chests, her right hand on her breast as she gazes behind her; motto on three sides of the vignette reads "Beatus vir cuius est Dominus spes eius et non respexit in vanitates et insanias falsas"); small historiated white initials
  • Text printed in roman type; preface in italic type
  • Includes Campeggi's preface, addressed to Cardinal Reginald Pole on p. [3]-[5]
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
[112] p. (last p. blank)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Bound in French crimson morocco from ca. 1700; triple gilt fillet; gilt spine panels, and gilt spine title "Campegius De coelibatu sacerdotum;" inner gilt dentelles; marbled endpapers; all edges gilt and gauffered; green silk bookmark. Armorial bookplate on front pastedown of Edward Arnold, with motto "Be just and fear not;" ex-libris of his son, Andrew W. Arnold, of The Grove, Dorking, Surrey, added below; illustrated bookplate on verso of front free endpaper of the Beckford Collection of the Hamilton Palace Library, noting that the book was owned by William Beckford of Fonthill, author of "Vathek"; and purchased by Bernard Quaritch at Sotheby's sale June 30-July 13, 1882, of the library of Alexander Hamilton, 10th Duke of Hamilton, Beckford's son-in-law; recto of second free endpaper bears purple ownership inkstamp of Henry Alfred White, The Knoll, Letherhead, Surrey; and Bookplate on front pastedowns of Maurice B. Worms, a nephew of banker Nathan Mayer Rothschild, and owner of coffee plantations in Ceylon beginning in 1835, and the first to switch to tea, planting tea seedlings he brought back from China in 1841, featuring figure of a chained lion, his left front paw raised, with motto "Vinctus non victus." Purchase, A. Sokol, 1990.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)38196579
  • ucoclc38196579
Label
Thomae Campegii Bononiensis episcopi Feltren de coelibatu sacerdotum non abrogando
Publication
Note
  • Definitive post-Reformation statement on the celibacy of the religious life
  • Signatures: *8 A-F8
  • Woodcuts: Woodcuts: printer's device on t.p. (female figure of Hope (la Speranza), standing atop a book, and surrounded by several trunks and chests, her right hand on her breast as she gazes behind her; motto on three sides of the vignette reads "Beatus vir cuius est Dominus spes eius et non respexit in vanitates et insanias falsas"); small historiated white initials
  • Text printed in roman type; preface in italic type
  • Includes Campeggi's preface, addressed to Cardinal Reginald Pole on p. [3]-[5]
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
[112] p. (last p. blank)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Bound in French crimson morocco from ca. 1700; triple gilt fillet; gilt spine panels, and gilt spine title "Campegius De coelibatu sacerdotum;" inner gilt dentelles; marbled endpapers; all edges gilt and gauffered; green silk bookmark. Armorial bookplate on front pastedown of Edward Arnold, with motto "Be just and fear not;" ex-libris of his son, Andrew W. Arnold, of The Grove, Dorking, Surrey, added below; illustrated bookplate on verso of front free endpaper of the Beckford Collection of the Hamilton Palace Library, noting that the book was owned by William Beckford of Fonthill, author of "Vathek"; and purchased by Bernard Quaritch at Sotheby's sale June 30-July 13, 1882, of the library of Alexander Hamilton, 10th Duke of Hamilton, Beckford's son-in-law; recto of second free endpaper bears purple ownership inkstamp of Henry Alfred White, The Knoll, Letherhead, Surrey; and Bookplate on front pastedowns of Maurice B. Worms, a nephew of banker Nathan Mayer Rothschild, and owner of coffee plantations in Ceylon beginning in 1835, and the first to switch to tea, planting tea seedlings he brought back from China in 1841, featuring figure of a chained lion, his left front paw raised, with motto "Vinctus non victus." Purchase, A. Sokol, 1990.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)38196579
  • ucoclc38196579

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