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Incipit p[ro]logus Santi Hieronimi ... : in libros Vitaspatrum sancto[rum] Egiptioru[m] : etia[s] ero[rum] qui in Scithia Thebaida : atq[ue] Mesopotamia morati sunt
Bib ID 1851113
Format BookBook
Author
Jerome, Saint, -419 or 420
 
Uniform Title Vitae patrum. Latin. 1483
Description Nurenbergu[s] : per Anthonium Koburger, [9 April 1483] 
[10] p., CLVI leaves ; 37 cm. (fol) 
Notes

Date in Latin with imprint in colophon.

Only alternate leaves numbered.

Title from Hain.

In columns.

From the collection of J.F. and L.F. Fitzardinge with a presentation book-plate.

NLA copy has brass clasps, contemporary hand-writting and Medieval mss paste-downs.

First initial green, others are rubricated including the text.

Cited In

Hain, 8598.

Proctor, 2032

Subjects Fathers of the church.  |  Christian saints.  |  Hermits.

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