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Jean DESLYONS Traitez singuliers et nouveaux contre le paganisme du Roy Boit. Le I. Du jeune ancien de l’Eglise Catholique la Veille des Roys. Le II. De la royauté des Saturnales remises et contrefaite par les chrétiens charnels en cette feste. Le III. De la superstition du Phoebé, ou de la sottise du Febué

Jean DESLYONS

Traitez singuliers et nouveaux contre le paganisme du Roy Boit. Le I. Du jeune ancien de l’Eglise Catholique la Veille des Roys. Le II. De la royauté des Saturnales remises et contrefaite par les chrétiens charnels en cette feste. Le III. De la superstition du Phoebé, ou de la sottise du Febué

Chez la veuve Savreux, A Paris 1670, in 12 (9x15,5cm), (56) 346pp., relié.


First edition, rare. This is the second book devoted by the author on this subject.
Binding half calf iced camel. Back with false nerves adorned with florets. Long grain morocco boards with framing roulette.
Binding full brown sheepskin contemporary speckled. Back to nerves adorned. Golden title. Little lack in mind. Tail cap partly removed. Upper joint split in the head and tail on 7 cm. Blunt corners.
The feasts of the eve of the kings, or the bean and Roy-Boit, the eve of the epiphany, where one banquetait the cries of the King drinks, are very old and are still present today in the form popular galette des rois. Theologian Jean Deslyon goes into this crusading work against these pagan festivals, seeking to prove that the day before Lent was fasting, and that these pagan hints and unbridled customs would come to us from the Romans and the Saturnalia.

550 €

Réf : 63407

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