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Jacobus de Theramo
CONSOLATIO PECCATORUM, SEU PROCESSUS BELIAL. [COLOGNE: PRINTER OF AUGUSTINUS, 'DE FIDE', ABOUT 1473]
Estimation
5 0007 000
ACCÉDER AU LOT
68
Jacobus de Theramo
CONSOLATIO PECCATORUM, SEU PROCESSUS BELIAL. [COLOGNE: PRINTER OF AUGUSTINUS, 'DE FIDE', ABOUT 1473]
Estimation
5 0007 000
ACCÉDER AU LOT

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Jacobus de Theramo
CONSOLATIO PECCATORUM, SEU PROCESSUS BELIAL. [COLOGNE: PRINTER OF AUGUSTINUS, 'DE FIDE', ABOUT 1473]
Chancery folio (285 x 196mm.), 96 leaves, [a–h10 i–k8], double column, 36 lines, gothic type, 3- and 4-line initials in red, first 6-line initial in blue with red penwork decoration, red initial strokes, a line of text added in manuscript to foot of [b]2, nineteenth-century half vellum, nineteenth-century English manuscript note about the book on flyleaf, slight water-damage to head with some leaves in quire e repaired at head, last 10 leaves slightly damaged and repaired at edges, last leaf laid down
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Provenance

H. Legel, booklabel

Bibliographie

Goff J65; C 5786; BMC i 233; BSB-Ink I-52; GW M11045

Description

Jacobus de Theramo's Consolation of sinners was a popular text, appearing in many editions in different languages (some illustrated) from its first printing in German in 1464; the Latin text was first printed in Augsburg in 1472. It comprises a law suit between the Devil and Jesus about the redemption of Man, in which Jesus wins but the Devil is allowed to take the damned at the Last Judgement.

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