Order Nr. 139102 NOVI TESTAMENTI VULGATA QUIDEM AEDITIO, SED QUAE AD VETUSTISSIMORUM UTRIUSQUE LINGUAE EXEMPLARIUM FIDEM, ... AUTHORE ISIDORO CLAIRIO BRIXIANO ... (PRIMO TOMO & SECUNDO).
NOVI TESTAMENTI VULGATA QUIDEM AEDITIO, SED QUAE AD VETUSTISSIMORUM UTRIUSQUE LINGUAE EXEMPLARIUM FIDEM, ... AUTHORE ISIDORO CLAIRIO BRIXIANO ... (PRIMO TOMO & SECUNDO).
NOVI TESTAMENTI VULGATA QUIDEM AEDITIO, SED QUAE AD VETUSTISSIMORUM UTRIUSQUE LINGUAE EXEMPLARIUM FIDEM, ... AUTHORE ISIDORO CLAIRIO BRIXIANO ... (PRIMO TOMO & SECUNDO).
NOVI TESTAMENTI VULGATA QUIDEM AEDITIO, SED QUAE AD VETUSTISSIMORUM UTRIUSQUE LINGUAE EXEMPLARIUM FIDEM, ... AUTHORE ISIDORO CLAIRIO BRIXIANO ... (PRIMO TOMO & SECUNDO).

NOVI TESTAMENTI VULGATA QUIDEM AEDITIO, SED QUAE AD VETUSTISSIMORUM UTRIUSQUE LINGUAE EXEMPLARIUM FIDEM, ... AUTHORE ISIDORO CLAIRIO BRIXIANO ... (PRIMO TOMO & SECUNDO).

(Bibles).

Edited by Isidorus Clarius.

  • Venetiis (Venice), Italy: Apud Petrum Schoeffer, 1541.
  • small 8vo
  • Full dark brown morocco, gilt on spine, four raised bands
  • 531, 503 pages

Price: $400.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 139102

A Bible, two parts bound in one. Small marginal repair first Aa4 and marginal stains in first 2 gatherings, also stains in last part. Ref. STCItalian (London BL) p. 101 (1). NUC (2). Not in Darlow-Moule, Adams, Machiels, BN Paris.

Contains the Four Gospels plus the Book of Acts in the first part followed by a life of the apostle Paul and the rest of the letters plus Revelation in the second. There was a folio edition of this work, in which "An attempt to provide an improved text of the Vulgate, with notes on difficult passages". Darlow-Moule pp. 932-3 (on the 1542 folio ed.). Clarius later took part in the discussion about the Vulgate at the Council of Trent. His Bibles were subsequently placed on the "Index Expurgatorius". The notes are mostly taken direct from S. Munster. An 8vo ed. of the N.T. only had appeared in 1541. Valentin Schoeffer was active at Mainz (1512-1520), Worms (1520-1529), Strasburg (1529-1539), Basel (1539-1541), Venice (1541-1542) and again Basel. In Venice he published only 7 books, incl. the present one.