Decachordum Christianum Julium II. Pontifex Maximum dicatum Gerolamo Soncino 1507

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Title

Decachordum Christianum Julium II. Pontifex Maximum dicatum

Volume

N/A

Edition

First Edition

Country of Origin

Italy

City of Origin

Rome

Date

1507

Printer

Gerolamo Soncino

Language

Latin

Script and/or Type

Roman

Number of Lines

38

Width of Leaf

185

Height of Leaf

290

References

Essling I 145

Description

This is a leaf of early printing from the Decachordum Christianum Julium II. Pontifex Maximum dicatum an exegetical and philosophical work dealing with the life and Passion of Jesus Christ, by Franciscan Cardinal Marcus Vigerius. Vigerius taught theology at Padua, at the University and in the internal Franciscan School. In 1474 he went to Rome to teach at the Papal University. In 1476 he was appointed bishop and prefect of Sinigalli (till 1513). Vigerius became master of the sacred palace in 1484 and governor of the Sant'Angelo castle in 1503. In 1505 he was created cardinal by pope Julius II to whom this edition is dedicated. Gerolamo Soncino printed this first edition in the Italian city if Fano in 1507. The quarto size leaf measures 290 x 185 mm. in totality and contains 38-lines of Roman type printed single column in Latin. The Verso: contains the same type and layout. (Essling I 145) This leaf contains only a hint of foxing around the outer edges.

Medium

Paper

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