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Joanne Vincentio PATUZZI & VINCENTIO De sede inferni in terris quaerenda

Joanne Vincentio PATUZZI & VINCENTIO

De sede inferni in terris quaerenda

ex typographia Remondiniana, Venetiis (Venise) 1763, in-4 (25,2x19cm), XXII. 1f. 232pp., relié.

first edition. Vellum full time, with smooth back piece as beige. Italian binding. Nice copy on 2 columns. Giovanne Patuzzi Vincenzo (1700-1769) was an Italian writer, this strange book is devoted to the geographical location and physical description of Hell. After reviewing several assumptions, in particular that of Swinden, the author gives his own. References to Gallileo, Copernicus are many, the book definitely looking for a more credible scientific. The first part of the volume is a refutation of the theory that Hell is located in the sun itself. The author, who believed his true location was underground, develops throughout the work of many scientific arguments relating to astronomy, with the calculation of the number of the damned can be contained in a sphere like the sun , volcanoes, etc.. Loss of Caillet and Dorbon. and the catalog of the BN as well as most major catalogies (British Library, Italian catalogs?). Brunet absent without citing this book in the works of Patuzzi. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!


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