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Simon NANQUIER De lubrico temporis (ut vocant) curriculo. Deque hominis miseria opusculum

Simon NANQUIER

De lubrico temporis (ut vocant) curriculo. Deque hominis miseria opusculum

Apud Benedictum rigaudum (Rigaud), Lugduni 1570, in-8 (10,5x17cm), 44 pp. (4), relié.


New edition. The oldest edition is at the British Library, 1498; it is undoubtedly the original, Charles VIII dying that same year. The book was reissued several times during the 16th century. It is the same for the piece of Gnapheus.
Binding semi rigid vellum late nineteenth. Jansenist smooth back. title label of red shagreen. Some traces of friction. Nice copy, big margins.
De Lubrico is a poem about misery and human deception, it is composed like many works of the time with the poem itself first, followed by its explanation and the circumstances that produced it (scholies). A second poetic work follows, a lamentation on the death of Charles VII. The second work is a Neo-Latin Comedy by Wilhem von Volder (known as Gnapheus), a follower of Luther. Acolastus is one of the first German Protestant plays, intended to replace the Mysteries of the Middle Ages and to constitute a true Christian Protestant dramaturgy.

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Réf : 66372

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