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D. Dionysius Carthusianus De quatuor nouissimis hominis : morte, iudicio, inferni poenis, gaudis coeli : eiusdem Colloquium de particulari iudicio animarum : modus optimus subueniendi, tum in extremis vitae, tum in purgatorio, animabus.

Author/Creator:
Denis, the Carthusian, 1402-1471.
Standardized Title:
De quatuor novissimis hominis
Other Title:
D. Dionysivs Carthvsianvs De quatvor nouissimis hominis
D. Dionysius Carthusianus De quatuor novissimis hominis
De quatuor nouissimis hominis
Publication:
Lugduni : Apud haeredes Iacobi Iuntae, 1558.
Format/Description:
Book
[13], 211, 209-304 leaves ; 13 cm (16mo)
Fingerprint:
teum umo- i-a- lipe (3) 1558 (A)
Subjects:
Eschatology -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
France Lyon.
Notes:
Signatures: a-z⁸ A-R⁸.
Woodcut initials and head-pieces.
Printed marginalia.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Sydney S. Keil Collection Fund.
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Friends of the Library Endowment Fund.
Lea Library copy has [6] p. of early (18th-century?) ms. in Spanish and Latin at end of volume. "The scribe is reminding himself of the importance of oral recitation, and that no matter when or where, it is sometimes necessary to recite prayers, following the directions of a certain Fr. Miguel de Gonzalez. Various examples of appropriate orations are then given, including one by St. Vincent Ferrer."--Bookseller's description.
Lea Library copy has early ms. note on the author on verso of title leaf; a similar ms. note which adds "ex expurgatorio s[anc]te inqquisitionis, anni 1707", signed "[...] Julianus Perez" is located at foot of leaf b5v; early ms. note on leaf y7v.
Lea Library copy has ms. correction to initial on leaf o7r; some lines and printed marginalia on leaves q1r-q2v struck through; ms. note on leaf q1r struck through.
Lea Library copy has largely illegible early ms. inscription on title leaf ("[...] Fr Luis de [...] Joseph [...]"); early autograph ("fr. ju[anne]s de villegas") on title leaf.
Lea Library copy has dated 16th-century ms. inscription ("Corregido por mandado del Sancto Officio en Mexico anno 1574. Fr. d[omi]njcus desalazar") on verso of title leaf.
Lea Library copy bound in contemporary full parchment; remains of 2 fore-edge ties; early ms. spine title ("Dionysio Cartusano"); partially illegible early ms. fore-edge title ("Dionisius Ca[...]"); marca de fuego of Convento de Santa María Magdalena de San Martín Texmelucan (Catálogo colectivo de marcas de fuego BF-12060) on tail edge; all edges red.
Lea Library copy has wormhole in inner margin of leaves a1-k1 with occasional minor damage to text; scorching(?) in head margin of leaves F5-L3; glue stain on verso of title leaf.
Penn Provenance:
Perez, Julianus (autograph) (Lea Library copy)
Villegas, Juan de (autograph) (Lea Library copy)
Santo Oficio de la Inquisicion (Mexico) (inscription) (Lea Library copy)
Salazar, Domingo de (autograph) (Lea Library copy)
Convento de Santa María Magdalena de San Martín Texmelucan (Puebla, Mexico) (former owner) (Lea Library copy)
Franciscans (former owner) (Lea Library copy)
Penn Chronology:
1558
Contributor:
Héritiers de Jacques Giunta, printer.
Henry Charles Lea Library (University of Pennsylvania)
Sydney S. Keil Collection Fund.
Friends of the Library Endowment Fund.
OCLC:
912819575
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