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Sermones XXV e Graeco e Lat. versi a Christoph Persona
Bib ID 337309
Format BookBook
Author
John Chrysostom, Saint, -407
 
Description [Romae : Georgius Lauer, 1470?] 
1 v. ; 30 cm. (fol) 
Notes

ncludes a letter to Theodorus translated by Christoph Persona, preceded by 9 leaves containing translator and an index.

Title from Hain.

BLC gives pagination as 108 leaves.

Rubricated initials and paragraph marks; one illuminated decorated initial after prologue.

With a p. of ms bibliographical notes available in Rare Books.

Each 2nd p. numbered by hand.

From the collection of J.F. and L.F. Fitzhardinge with a presentaation book-plate.

Spine title reads: Chrysostomi sermones.

Cited In

Hain, 5039.

Proctor, 3403.

Reichling, iv, p. 189.

Goff J-300.

Subjects Theodorus, Iacobus, - -1590.  |  Sermons, Latin - Early works to 1800.
Other authors/contributors Persona, Christophorus, 1460-1486

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