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David CHRYSTAEUS Articulorum symboli apostoli de filio dei nostro Jesu Christo, homine nato, passo, mortuo, resussitato, ascendente in coelos, & sedente ad dextram Dei Patris omnipotentis

David CHRYSTAEUS

Articulorum symboli apostoli de filio dei nostro Jesu Christo, homine nato, passo, mortuo, resussitato, ascendente in coelos, & sedente ad dextram Dei Patris omnipotentis

Ioan Cratonus, Wittenberg 1584, in-8, 534pp. (2bc) et une page de titre pour la deuxième œuvre ''de Eucharistia'', et 1f. d'errrata., relié.


Metaphysical book bringing together two works of first edition. Absent Brunet. Full pigskin stamped (perfect binding), back to 4 nerves and boards with a frieze frame containing a woman in the mirror, christ, ship (several times repeated patterns), and a central rectangle with reasons rebirths. Traces of laces. Two open borders. Tasks and title illegible pen. P 325 torn down. Paper more or less scorched. Missing page. David Chystraeus, German theologian and humanist, famous in his time and after his death, he was considered the last of the fathers of the Lutheran Church, Luther can also only be compared to the strength of his work and his prolific output More than 87 works. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!

900 €

Réf : 07502

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